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The Government’s “green list” are a hindrance instead of a help into the travel market.

That is based on this Irish Travel Agents Association that said it doesn’t remove the financial risk of going on vacation throughout the pandemic.

The “green list” won’t be in effect until July 20 following a government decision . 

Cabinet accepted the decision yesterday to prolonged the information from non-essential traveling before July 20.

Taoiseach Micheál Martin stated the nation would embrace a “cautious approach” to global travel in order “not to undo the good work which has been done” in combating Covid-19.

Mr Martin stated the authorities wouldn’t release the so-called “green list” of nations who are safe to visit earlier July 20. 

Mr Martin stated that this listing could be reviewed every 2 weeks moving forward.

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of those Irish Travel Agents Association(ITAA) Pat Dawson stated that this review may cause difficulties.

Mr Dawson stated: “You could be in the middle of a two-week holiday and it could change, so it goes from green to red as such, so therefore you have to quarantine when you come back.”

The monetary threat involved has also been emphasized by critics. 

Passengers who went to some state then eliminated from the “green list” upon inspection won’t qualify for a refund.

The ITAA stated despite the present information to steer clear of non-essential global traveling, their data revealed many men and women are going on vacation. 

Last week 9,500 people went through Dublin airport each day, up in the daily routine of just below 1,500 at May.

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