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Ireland raises prospect of earlier return to foreign travel

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DUBLIN (Reuters) – Ireland will adopt a COVID-19 certificate to help citizens travel more freely across the European Union “as early as possible” and not necessarily by late July as previously flagged, a senior minister said on Friday. Ireland has the strictest travel curbs in the 27-nation bloc, advising citizens against non-essential travel, imposing fines on people travelling to airports to go on holiday and a two-week mandatory hotel quarantine for arrivals from a number of countries. The head of global industry group IATA, Irishman Willie Walsh, warned on Wednesday that Ireland’s air conn…

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