Anyone arriving in Ireland is asked to sign a passenger location form about where they will be self-isolating.
There are calls for tougher laws to be introduced to force people to tell airport authorities where they'll be self-isolating.
Under new Covid-19 rules, anyone arriving in Ireland is asked to sign a passenger location form when they arrive.
But a third of passengers who flew to Dublin Airport over the past six weeks failed to do so, according to the Irish Independent.
Security analyst and Mullingar's Declan Power believes there's an issue with the law surrounding the passenger application form:
Fianna Fáil's transport spokesman, Marc MacSharry, says stricter enforcement is needed:
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