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Ireland advises against all non-essential travel overseas

Reuters Monday, 16 March 2020
Ireland is advising residents against all non-essential travel overseas until at least March 29, including to neighboring Britain, Deputy Prime Minister Simon Coveney said on Monday, citing public health advice.
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Mandatory credit: The White House Donald Trump has announced his coronavirus travel ban will be extended to the UK and Ireland from Monday. The US president indicated the move was in response to an increase in virus activity in the countries.

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