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Dáil to debate mandatory quarantine legislation

The Dáil will debate legislation to provide for the mandatory quarantine of people coming into the State from areas from where there is known to be high transmission of Covid-19 or variants.

Opposition TDs are calling on Government to extend the planned new quarantine system to all arrivals into the State. The Government's plan for living with Covid-19 in the period ahead has now been published.

It states that after schools, childcare and more health services return next month there is the potential for the further opening up of society and the economy in April if Covid-19 levels are falling.

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