Dr. Anthony Fauci Says Travel From Ireland To The US Is Safe

Ever since the COVID pandemic, international travel has become a major concern for governments across the globe. People want to travel to different countries but many countries have banned people from countries that are recording high COVID numbers. Many students travel from Ireland to the US every year for studies and other reasons. President’s medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci revealed that travel from Ireland is safe. He said, “I think the combination of the fact that it will be in November, and there will be a requirement for vaccination and testing, that it will be safe for people in Ireland to travel to the United States. I believe our Irish friends and colleagues who come from Ireland to the United States with vaccination and testing can have a safe visit.”

Dr. Anthony Fauci
Source: CNBC

Dr. Fauci Gives His Take On Children Travelling From Ireland Without Vaccination

Dr. Fauci was asked if it was safe for kids to travel from Ireland. He acknowledged that it was still a risky affair. However, he recommended the kids wear masks. Furthermore, Fauci said, “Everything is relative. Planes, given the filtering on board, are relatively safe. If you have children that come over from Ireland, we recommend that they wear masks in congregated settings.”

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