The government's plans for reopening the economy this summer are to be published on Friday, April 30th.
Ministers have scheduled a second, dedicated cabinet meeting next week to decide on the issue.
It will likely include the re-opening of retail, personal services and the full construction sector in May.
Earlier today, Taoiseach Micheal Martin indicated religious services could resume in public in some form next month.
He said Ministers would be considering "a range of issues" next week such as the resumption of religious services as many people have found it difficult without them.
The plan for June and July - including things like intercounty travel and the hospitality sector - is also to be revealed next week.