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Irish foreign minister urges caution with EU vaccine passport plans

By Abiodun Ogundairo
20 March 2021   |   8:22 am
Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney voiced skepticism about the EU's push to reopen international travel to the bloc. "Ireland will be very cautious in this space," he told DW.

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