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US will not be on Ireland’s travel green list and UK unlikely too – Coveney

The United States will not be on the ‘green list’ which is due to be published on Monday, Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney has confirmed.

The UK is also “unlikely” to be on the list of countries the government deems safe for Irish people to travel to.

The list of possible countries is yet to be finalised and is currently being drawn up ahead of next week.

A green list is being established in order to try and supress the virus.


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