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Travel Q&A: Is abandoning a holiday an over-reaction, what happens if I cancel now and what will my insurance cover?

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 (Steve Parsons/PA)

(Steve Parsons/PA)

(Steve Parsons/PA)

So a dark cloud hangs over sun holidays abroad for people from Ireland this summer.

Chief medical officer Dr Tony Holohan said people who have booked a getaway abroad should more or less abandon taking the trip because of the risk of picking up Covid-19 and bringing it back here.

Q: Is it an over-reaction and why such sudden anxiety?


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