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July 9, 2020 ..WAMT .. COVID-19

July 2020. Customer safety is extremely important to Wild Atlantic Music Tours and we aim to ensure maximum health and safety when you travel with us. However, it is understandable that you will have concerns regarding the health risks associated with the outbreak of COVID-19.

July 2020 Tour Updates :

  • Socks In The Frying Pan April tour postponed and all participants contacted individually on March 13 with various options.
  • Eileen Ivers April tour postponed, consequently all participants contacted individually on March 13 with various options.
  • Kevin Crawford April tour postponed, consequently all participants contacted individually on March 17 with various options.
  • John Whelan May tour postponed, consequently all participants contacted individually on March 16 with various options.
  • Eileen Ivers June tour postponed, consequently all participants contacted individually on March 20 with various options.
  • Kevin Burke October tour postponed, consequently all participants contacted individually on June 30 with various options.
  • Colin Farrell October tour postponed, consequently all participants contacted individually on July 1 with various options.
  • Socks October tour postponed, consequently all participants contacted individually on July 9 with various options.
  • John Williams & Eoin O’Neill Nov. tour postponed, consequently all participants contacted individually on July 9 with various options.

As of today .. the situation and facts are as follows :

  • We are monitoring the situation very closely and following the advice of the WHO, Irish Government and Irish Heath Authorities.
  • We are following all the guidelines issued by our Government : ( www.gov.ie/en/campaigns/c36c85-covid-19-coronavirus/ )
    • A ‘5 phase’ roadmap for reopening society and business published on May 3. Revisions announced on June 5.
    • All visitors to Ireland still required to self-isolate for 14 days  and social distancing recommendations (currently 2 meters) remain in place.
  • Please consult your respective USA or Canadian Government Agencies for all travel advice.
  • The total number of confirmed cases in Ireland is now 25,552 and total deaths are now 1,736.
  • We will continue to monitor the situation and provide regular updates.

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