Chief Medical Officer 'Beyond Nervous' About The Return Of International Travel

It's due to return next month

Foreign travel is to be allowed between Ireland and certain countries from July 9th. 

The 14-day quarantine rule won't apply to people returning here from these states. 

The Taoiseach says the list won't be confirmed until two weeks' time.

However, Dr. Tony Holohan says the list is likely to be limited - and he's anxious about people going abroad: 

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