However, they are not expected to make any significant changes to the existing Covid-19 restrictions.
It follows the latest warning from Health Minister Robin Swann about the pressures on hospitals and staff.
He also has not ruled out further restrictions being imposed over winter to counter rising infection rates.
First Minister Paul Givan has repeatedly said he wants all regulations in the North of Ireland to be lifted by the end of September.
But Deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill said: “We’re nowhere near the point where we can start to lift restrictions.
“I think it’s unfortunate that some ministers have decided to say publicly and put dates to end points, that’s not where we’re at,” she said.
The Sinn Féin vice-president returned to Stormont on Monday after recovering from Covid-19.
She said the virus “absolutely floored” her and it was probably her “worst experience” of illness.
This month Covid-19 rules for hospitality businesses in the North were eased, with table service restrictions removed.
It meant customers were allowed to queue for service in bars and pubs for the first time since pandemic measures were introduced.
Dancing is now allowed at weddings and civil partnership receptions but nightclubs remain closed.
Many in the hospitality industry are waiting for guidance on nightclubs, after a long period of closure.
Meanwhile, in the Republic it is planned that most Covid-19 restrictions will effectively end by October 22.
The Irish government said the easing of rules was dependent on 90% of adults being vaccinated and Covid-19 cases remaining manageable.Tags: