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Only 4,000 follow-up calls made out of 60,000 arrivals in Dublin Airport in first two weeks in July

Only 4,121 calls were made to check in with more than 60,000 passengers who arrived through Dublin Airport in the first two weeks of July.

Only around half of those calls were answered. According to figures released by the Department of Justice to co-leader of the Social Democrats Róisín Shortall, some 61,844 passengers arrived in the airport from 1st July to 15th July.

The Border Management Unit (BMU) made 4,121 calls and 2,129 of those calls were answered.


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