The Doyle Collection has announced that it has temporarily suspended operations at all of its properties due to COVID-19.
The group issued a statement saying, "At this point in time, bookings on a fully flexible basis may be made at our hotels for dates from May 18th onwards.
"Thank you for your loyalty and support. We truly look forward to welcoming you as a valued Discovery member to one of our hotels soon again.
Pub chain JD Wetherspoon wants to suspend payments to its Irish food and drink suppliers and has paused its developments on new sites in Dublin, Galway and Waterford.
In an email message to suppliers, chairman Tim Martin asks them to hold off payment demands until the London Stock Exchange-listed group's bars are back in business.
"We are asking for a moratorium on payments until the pubs reopen, at which point we intend to clear outstanding payments within a short time frame," Mr Martin writes.
Flogas, as Official Energy Partner to the Irish Men’s Sheds Association, is supporting its new #CallThemForACuppa campaign, launched to encourage the public to phone those who are socially isolated during COVID-19. Many older people have socially isolated themselves to reduce the risk of contracting the virus and the Irish Men’s Sheds Association is highlighting that while people can’t call in, they can make a phone call.