Northern Ireland is taking further steps out of lockdown on Monday as a wide range of restrictions are removed.
What can our counterparts over the border do from today?
Indoor hospitality can resume while people will be able to meet inside private homes for the first time this year.
Six people from no more than two households will be able to meet in a private dwelling and stay overnight.
All tourism accommodation will also be able to reopen on May 24.
Outdoor gatherings and events
A limit on the size of outdoor gatherings will increase to 500 a number that will also apply to the number of spectators able to attend sporting fixtures.
Indoor exercise
Indoor group exercise is allowed again, enabling indoor sports teams to resume training.
Cultural attractions
Indoor visitor and cultural attractions can also reopen from Monday, which includes museums, galleries, cinemas, indoor play areas, bowling alleys, amusement arcades, bingo halls and libraries.
Indoor hospitality
In regard to indoor hospitality, people can sit at tables of six people with no limit on households. It will be table service only.
Post-wedding and civil partnership receptions can also take place.
There will be no limit on the numbers at the top table, with a limit of 10 for other tables. Dancing will be restricted to a couples first dance.
Under relaxations agreed at Thursdays Executive meeting, Stormonts Stay Local message is also to be removed.
Schools can resume extra-curricular activities, indoor extra-curricular sports, outdoor inter-school sports and day educational visits.
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