The Taoiseach is urging anyone who has a holiday home in Ireland not to travel to it this Easter.
Leo Varadkar says people who travel to them, or caravan parks, for the Easter break could increase the spread of COVID-19.
It's after concerns were raised in a number of rural seaside towns about an influx of people for the bank holiday.
Please do not visit a holiday home or caravan park this Easter weekend. The spread of the virus is slowing but people travelling could give it a boost - spreading it and seeding it in areas unaffected so far. Stay at home and #FlattenTheCurve
— Leo Varadkar (@LeoVaradkar) April 7, 2020
Restrictions on movement are currently set to expire after Sunday.
However, Health Minister Simon Harris has said it is "highly unlikely" the measures will be relaxed.
The National Public Health Emergency Team is meeting at least twice this week to discuss the restrictions.