Ireland adopts mandatory COVID-19 quarantine for travelers from “high risk” area


A man walks past a hotel designated for the purpose of mandatory COVID-19 quarantine in Dublin, Ireland, March 26, 2021. As of Friday, all travelers arriving in Ireland from 33 countries and regions deemed “high risk” for COVID-19 transmission will have to complete a 14-day mandatory quarantine at a designated facility, according to the Irish government’s previously announced decision. (Xinhua)


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