Saturday's Women's Six Nations game between Ireland and France in Donnybrook will go ahead, the IRFU has said.
The match had been in doubt after France was added to the Government's list of mandatory hotel quarantine for incoming travellers.
The IRFU told RTÉ Sport that the authorities had given the green light for the match, the winners of which will play England in the tournament final on 24 April.
Details of how the French team will be facilitated have yet to be confirmed, but Minister of State for Sport Jack Chambers said earlier in the week that plans under consideration would exempt elite sportspeople from mandatory hotel quarantine and allow them to continue to train and play, but limit all social and other interactions.
Asked about the possible disruptive effective on Ireland's preparations, centre Sene Naoupu said: "We've had to be flexible and adaptable this whole time. As a group we're pretty resilient. We focus on what we've got to do and control the controllables.
"We're just focusing on what we can control this week and then the challenge ahead for the weekend."
Arrangements surrounding other games, such as Leinster's upcoming Champions Cup trip to France, have still to be finalised.