COVID travel rules give hope to Irish abroad - Walsh

October 22, 2020

The EU’s new COVID travel rules will come into effect in Ireland on November 8th.


The traffic light system is aimed at re-opening international travel in a safe way.


Countries will be classed as red, amber or green depending on COVID incidence rates.


Those coming from a green country won’t have to self-isolate while those travelling from a red zone will still have to restrict their movements for 14 days.


Passengers arriving from an orange country will not face restrictions if they have a certified negative test.


Fine Gael MEP Maria Walsh says it means some Irish people abroad will be able to come home for Christmas.


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