The government's delayed the re-opening of pubs that don't serve food.
It'll be difficult for pubs to be allowed re-open on August 10th, if Covid 19 cases continue to rise.
That's according to Professor Kingston Mills - an immunology expert from Trinity College Dublin.
The government's delayed the re-opening of pubs that don't serve food for another three weeks.
Mullingar's Professor Mills says health officials should be able to give pubs the go-ahead to open, but only if cases fall: