There are entails the Government to make a clear decision on if the Irish populace can travel abroad or not that summer.
The Chief Medical Officer has requested us to not however the Government lately said overseas travel could be possible to particular nations which had the virus in check.
Latest statistics, reveal yet another Covid-19 patient has expired here and 11 more instances are reported.
Professor Kingston Mills from Trinity College considers a staycation is more safer.
Professor Mills, an immunology specialist, stated:”I believe people ought to be invited to go on vacations in Ireland summer time.
“I mean that the Irish tourism sector requires a boost to begin with, second its safer.
“There is no doubt that travel is probably the riskiest thing a person can do right now in terms of contracting this virus.”
“Especially if that travel is to a country where there is significantly more cases than we have in Ireland.”
Professor Mill’s opinions follow Dr Tony Holohan’s expressed concerns over traveling connected clusters of Covid-19 infections busting out.
Amid concerns regarding travel-linked cases of fresh Covid-19 diagnoses, Dr Holohan stated he’s “very concerned” about new cases being imported from overseas.
Dr Holohan stated in a HSE briefing lately:”Many of those areas that are normal destinations for many people in the summertime are having ongoing difficulties with this disease.
“That can lead to additional disease being reimported to the nation and, for this reason, we’re really very worried about that.
“We would like people not to travel.”