The Taoiseach has said the re-opening of the country will be led by data, not dates.
It comes as the government roadmap for re-opening contains no promises beyond the 12th of April.
Level 5 restrictions have been extended until at least April 5th with a review before Easter.
Schools will re-open on a phased basis next week with childcare also re-opening in March.
But there will be no other changes before April.
The Tánaiste insists Covid-19 is 'in retreat' across Ireland and the country is on the right track.
575 new cases were confirmed here yesterday - the second lowest of the year - along with 45 additional deaths.
And the number of people in public hospitals with the disease has fallen to 642 - the lowest in over seven weeks - and there are 149 patients in ICU.