#AceHealthReport – May.23: Ireland’s new regulations requiring incoming travellers to provide the address at which they will self-isolate for 14 days will initially be in effect from May 28 to June 18, Health Minister Simon Harris said on Friday: The government announced last week that it would now require arrivals to complete a “passenger locator form”, which has been voluntary since the quarantine rule was introduced last month: “These are extraordinary measures but they are necessary in a time of a public health crisis,” Harris said in a statement:
#Coronavirus Quarantine Report: Ireland to review 14-day quarantine for travellers will be reviewed on June 18: Reuters.Com/
Britain will introduce similar quarantine measures from June 8 and also announced the details on Friday: Those measures will not apply to people arriving from Ireland: Airlines have told both governments that the rules are impossible to implement.
‘ The Irish regulations will apply to all nationalities, including returning Irish residents, and be reviewed on June 18: Harris told Reuters this week the government “honestly don’t know” how long they will be needed: Failure to complete the form or to update contact details if they change, or providing false information, could lead to a fine of up to 2,500 euros ($2,700) or six months in prison: Aircraft crew, hauliers and passengers transiting to another jurisdiction will be exempt ‘
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Ireland rose by 115 to 24,506 on Friday, with related deaths up 11 to 1,592: It was the first time in seven days that the number of new cases had exceeded 100: Ireland’s Chief Medical Officer, Tony Holohan, said the cases stemmed from exposures prior to the easing of stay-at-home restrictions a week ago.
#AceHealthDesk report ………..Published: May.23: 2020: Reuters: Reporting by Padraic Halpin; Editing by Kevin Liffey
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