We no longer need to wear facemask's in public settings.
The latest lifting of Covid-19 restrictions today sees an end to the mandatory wearing of face coverings in shops, on public transport and in schools.
The Tánaiste has described the day as a "milestone on our pathway out of the pandemic".
They must still be work in healthcare settings, while close contact rules have changed for everyone except healthcare workers.
Retail Ireland Director, Arnold Dillon says masks and social distancing diminished the shopping experience.
"We've found [the measures] meant people spent less time in shops, less time interacting with staff and less time browsing."
He's welcomed the return of "normal shopping".
Meanwhile a new survey of children by NPHET, found 46% of children themselves wanted to stop wearing coverings.
However 38% of 9 to 12 year olds were happy to continue wearing masks in class, while 7% were in favour because it would protect others.