No plans as of yet to close public spaces and parks.
There are currently no plans to close public spaces and parks.
The Government says its received a significant level of feedback and concern regarding people not following social distancing guidelines.
Many public parks and coastal areas were extremely busy over the weekend.
Assistant Secretary at the Department of the Taoiseach Elizabeth Canavan says the Government is to hold discussions with park operators today.
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