Irish people travelling by plane to the UK won't have to go into a 14-day quarantine when they arrive.
The British Prime Minister has given people from the Republic and France an exemption to the self-isolating rules.
But according to the Irish Independent, the Irish government won't make a return gesture for people arriving by air from the UK.
Under plans to ease restrictions, Boris Johnson is also aiming to reopen primary schools and shops in England by June 1st.
Northern Ireland sets it own rules for restrictions, but the British prime minister says he has the backing of the devolved governments.
There has been a lot of confusion over the UK's announcement regarding the relaxing of restrictions:
If we as a nation begin to fulfil the conditions I have set out, then in the next few weeks and months we may be able to go further.
We are driven by the science, the data and public health.
It depends on all of us – the entire country – to #StayAlert to keep the R down. pic.twitter.com/KuiPs7mQL8
— Boris Johnson (@BorisJohnson) May 10, 2020