Ireland’s #green list for travel, is a bit like advice you’d get from your parents before going on a night out.
How many times after you’ve got ready have you heard ‘I’d prefer if you didn’t go out but if you are going out avoid certain places and maybe go to these places’?
The government have issued their Green List for Travel with what many regard as confusing advice for those planning their holidays.
In all 15 countries feature.
Malta, Finland, Norway, Italy, Hungary, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Cyprus, Slovakia, Greece, Greenland, Gibraltar, Monaco, and San Marino are on the list.
Anyone arriving into Ireland from these countries will not have to restrict their movements. Passengers from any other country outside of those with a Normal Precautions advisory are asked to restrict their movements for 14 days.
The government says the list will be reviewed on a fortnightly basis, based on advice from officials including public health experts.
The Government says it will continue with plans to strengthen the existing measures for monitoring passengers who arrive into Ireland, including the introduction of an Electronic Passenger Locator Form, enhanced follow-up procedures, a call centre operated by the DAA, and a proposed testing regime for symptomatic passengers at airports and ports.
Processes to restrict flight or passenger travel in certain circumstances will also be explored.
We are reminded ‘the Pandemic is not over and the public health advice remains the same. The safest thing to do is not to travel.’
Needless to say many have raised an eyebrow at the guidance🤔
Just in case you need some clarity😉
The unrale #greenlist is very short and simple.