There's been an average of 44 new infections over the last five days.
A leading expert says there's "no question" the re-opening of pubs might have to be delayed if the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise.
There's been an average of 44 new infections over the last five days - with the Acting Chief Medical Officer warning of a "concerning" trend.
Pubs that only serve alcohol are due to re-open on August 10th as part of phase 4 of easing restrictions.
Mullingar's Kingston Mills, an immunology professor at Trinity College Dublin, says that may have to be put on hold: