TRAVEL restrictions are likely to be extended for a further two weeks today when the new Government meets to consider a proposal.
The restrictions, including the requirement to quarantine and the advice not to travel abroad, will be kept in place when the Cabinet considers the measures.
It had been expected that this week would see the publication of a ‘green list’ of countries to which it is safe to travel.
That, however, will not happen and will be postponed until July 20.
The restrictions are to be reviewed on a fortnightly basis.
The Government’s official advice not to travel abroad unless essential will be highlighted again.
The requirement for those arriving from abroad to quarantine for two weeks was due to be removed, but will now remain in place.