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'A real green list' - new countries added as advice on avoiding non-essential travel amended

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29/07/2020 Passengers at Departure Gates at Terminal 1 pictured this afternoon, at Dublin Airport, after it was announced that traffic at the Airport has not increased, since the Government published a 'greenlist' of countries which can be visited, without self isolation on return...Picture Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

29/07/2020 Passengers at Departure Gates at Terminal 1 pictured this afternoon, at Dublin Airport, after it was announced that traffic at the Airport has not increased, since the Government published a 'greenlist' of countries which can be visited, without self isolation on return...Picture Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

29/07/2020 Passengers at Departure Gates at Terminal 1 pictured this afternoon, at Dublin Airport, after it was announced that traffic at the Airport has not increased, since the Government published a 'greenlist' of countries which can be visited, without self isolation on return...Picture Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

PEOPLE will be able to fly to Germany, Poland, Cyprus and other European destinations free of Covid restrictions for holidays and other business from next Monday under changes to Government travel advice.

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has said the Green List is to become “a real green list” freeing up people to travel to several European destinations, including for holidays, without having to restrict their movements for 14 days when they return to Ireland.


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