Not all playgrounds are open to the public yet.

Playgrounds across the country are beginning to re-open today, with some having already opened to the public while others are making arrangements to re-open later this week.

Under the phase 2 plan, any playground can reopen if it is safe to do so.

Dublin City Council says it will be re-opening playgrounds today under the same arrangements as before Covid 19.

It says playgrounds will not be supervised by staff, however there will be clear signage regarding social distancing and hand hygiene.

Cork County Council says it’s re-opening on a phased basis, and the process started yesterday. Children must be supervised, and people are asked to bring their own hand sanitiser.

Galway City Council says it’s reviewing information regarding re-opening during phase 2, and says playgrounds are not yet open.

Limerick City and County Council says all playgrounds and skateparks are currently being sanitised and will re-open once that’s completed.