All Irish pubs could be reopening in two weeks' time.
Cabinet's expected to agree to a date when it meets today.
Irish pubs have experienced the longest lockdown in Europe with publicans lobbying fiercely to get back to business.
Cabinet is to agree on a date when they can reopen when it meets this morning.
According to the Irish Times, the government is likely to announce September 21st as the date.
It comes after draft guidelines for pubs that don't serve food were circulated to publicans at the weekend.