Travel agents call for clarity on foreign travel

The Irish Travel Agents Association has accused the Chief Medical Officer of creating confusion with remarks that people who are not fully vaccinated should avoid travelling abroad this summer.

It comes as hoteliers have called for Britain to be included on the digital travel system to help the tourism market in Dublin.

The HSE Chief Clinical Officer, meanwhile, has said the best advice for people going abroad is to be vaccinated.

Dr Colm Henry, who is a member of the National Public Health Emergency team, said vaccination is “the safest way to ensure that you won’t contract the virus or a variant of the virus abroad and bring it back home”.

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