No plans . . . no comment . . . no time for a break
Enda Kenny (Taoiseach) pictured -- will holiday in Ireland.
Eamon Gilmore (Tanaiste and Foreign Affairs) -- in Paris, not available for comment.
Michael Noonan (Finance) -- no comment, private matter.
Brendan Howlin (Public Expenditure and Reform) -- no comment, private matter.
Ruairi Quinn (Education) - will holiday in Connemara.
Richard Bruton (Enterprise) -- no plans yet.
Joan Burton (Social Protection) -- no plans yet.
Jimmy Deenihan (Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht) -- no plans, but if he does make some, he will go walking in the west of Ireland.
Pat Rabbitte (Communications) -- no response.
Phil Hogan (Environment) -- no holiday plans yet, but typically goes to Galway.
Alan Shatter (Justice) -- no response.
Simon Coveney (Agriculture) -- no holidays planned.
Frances Fitzgerald (Children) -- has no holiday plans.
James Reilly (Health) -- private matter. "His holiday plans are the furthest thing from his mind at this stage," a spokesman said.
Leo Varadkar (Transport and Tourism) -- will holiday in Kerry.
Fine Gael -- "We'll be encouraging people to stay in Ireland but it's up to each TD and senator to make their own holiday plans."
Labour -- Up to each member of the Oireachtas to decide where to holiday.