IT was announced on Monday that Ireland would officially implementing Level Three Covid-19 restrictions, with the rules applying across each and every county.
The restrictions will be active from midnight on Tuesday.
All counties in Ireland have previously been on Level Two of the Government's five-level plan, apart from Dublin and Donegal, so for the majority of the country, there'll be plenty of new rules to follow.
So here's everything you need to know about Level Three:
The Government says the priority is to keep schools and childcare facilities open and minimise disruption in the work force, but changes are afoot for pubs and restaurants.
People will also be asked to stay in their region and to keep the number of people they meet to a minimum.
Social and family gatherings
Pubs and restaurants
Nightclubs, discos and casinos will remain closed.
Face masks must be worn in shops and while taking public transport.
Services such as hairdressers, opticians and beauticians may remain open with strict adherence to sectoral guidance on protective measures.
You should work from home unless it's absolutely necessary for you to attend work in person.
Stay in your county apart from work, education and other essential purposes.
No indoor gatherings should take place, including business meetings, training events, conferences, events in theatres and cinemas or other arts events (excluding sport). All should be one remotely/virtually where possible.
Outdoor gatherings of up to 15 people are allowed, provided they are controlled environments with a named event organiser, owner or manager.