Well, we're nine days away from the reopening of many pubs.
That move seemed to arrive earlier than expected, but before publicans start rubbing their hands in anticipation at finally getting back to work, they might have a few things to sort out. This week's announcement that social distancing could be relaxed to one metre in your local boozer comes with certain caveats - you must buy a meal worth at least €9 and you can only stay there for 105 minutes.
There are a few rather obvious problems with those plans.
For starters, is Covid-19 harmless as long as you've paid the guts of a tenner for some food? Then there's the problem with the time limit.
A similar idea was suggested last month in the UK, except they based it on a three-drink maximum.
That was quickly shelved when it was pointed out that punters would simply have their three drinks and then move on to the next venue.
Surely that will be the case here, with people staying in one place for an hour and three-quarters and then moving somewhere else and repeating the process?
There's also the issue of whether people are even that desperate for the pubs to reopen in the first place.
It's no surprise that off-licence and supermarket sales of booze have gone through the roof during our enforced isolation.
The fact that weather has - mostly - been so good has also meant more people were simply having a barbecue and a beer in their own back garden.
The pubs may well be reopening on June 29.
But I'm not sure there is as much of an appetite to return to pub culture as we might have expected.