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Ireland considering additional measures to limit non-essential travel -minister

Sun, 2nd Aug 2020 13:08

DUBLIN, Aug 2 (Reuters) - Ireland is considering additional
measures to limit non-essential travel in the wake of an uptick
in COVID-19 infections in recent days both in Ireland and other
European countries, Health Minister Stephen Donnelly said on
Sunday.

Ireland already advises against all non-essential
international travel and requires people arriving from all but
15 countries to self-isolate for 14 days, but it does not
require COVID-19 tests from visitors and has not banned flights
from any country.

"We're introducing random testing at the airports and an
increased public health presence and we're examining other
options as well for further restrictions on non-essential
travel... because the international situation is becoming more
volatile," Donnelly told RTE radio.
(Reporting by Conor Humphries; Editing by Susan Fenton)

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