Health Minister warns about risks around international travel this summer

The Health Minister says the “big risk” of a spike in coronavirus cases comes from international travel.

The government has committed to publishing a list of countries where Irish people can travel to without having to quarantine when they come back.

However, the Chief Medical Officer says he’s “beyond nervous” about international travel resuming and has expressed fears over people booking foreign trips.

Health Minister Stephen Donnelly says there is a risk associated with more people travelling: