The Taoiseach yesterday ruled out a tribunal or statutory inquiry.
A midlands TD is criticising the State's plans for an "evaluation" of its response to Covid-19.
Meath West Deputy and Aontú Leader Peadar Tóibín is calling for a statutory investigation into Government decisions made during the pandemic.
He's describing its "no blame approach" as "politically self-serving."
The Taoiseach yesterday said a tribunal or statutory inquiry was not being considered.
Leo Varadkar briefed opposition leaders on the measures yesterday.
Deputy Tóibín says the Government's handling of the virus negatively affected society: