The oulook on international travel looks set to change very soon There are currently no countries on Ireland’s green list, but this is all set to change as we look forward to the reopening of international travel on July 19. The UK was one of the first countries to allow international travel.
United States, Belgium, France and Luxembourg to be removed from the mandatory hotel quarantine list
Travel is to be permitted for non-essential reasons from 19 July, Taoiseach Micheál Martin confirmed this evening. THE UNITED STATES, Belgium, France and Luxembourg are to be removed from the mandatory hotel quarantine list this evening, with immediate effect. Travel is to be permitted for non-essential reasons from 19 July, Taoiseach Micheál Martin confirmed this evening.
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IRELAND is expected to join the EU Digital Green Certificate by the "middle of July". The pass - allowing people to travel freely in the EU - will be available to people who have been vaccinated against coronavirus, those who test negative for the virus or who have recovered from a Covid-19 infection.
A memo on the EU Digital Green Certificate was expected to go to Cabinet but was pushed off the agenda last night.THE MUCH-AWAITED MEASURES to crackdown on cuckoo funds buying up swathes of houses in suburban areas will be brought to Cabinet today.The proposals which are described as “comprehensive and substantive” could see up to 50% of future housing estates reserved for ‘first-time buyers’ or for ‘owner occupiers’, according to senior sources.
The Government is expected to consider plans next week for the revision of mandatory hotel quarantine arrangements as well as moves to ease restrictions on travel, the Department of Transport has indicated.A spokeswoman for the Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan said on Thursday night that he and his departmental officials were working closely with other departments “on plans to open up international travel including aviation”.