People who've been vaccinated against Covid-19 could face less stringent restrictions from as early as next month.
NPHET is looking at what a "vaccine bonus" might look like, and plans to make recommendations to government in the coming weeks.
It comes as the US issued new guidance for those who've been fully vaccinated.
They're being allowed to meet others indoors, without a mask or social distancing.
Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Ronan Glynn says the situation in the US is being examined very closely.
And he said this week the National Public Health Emergency Team will discuss the potential to allow nursing home visits.