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DAA ‘confident’ over queue management as Defence Forces on standby; masks back on the agenda

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Dublin Airport may call on the Defence Forces to aid security checks in case of a Covid outbreak among staff, the government confirmed. Eamon Ryan and Hildegarde Naughton, the ministers in charge of transport, requested the move due to fears that a surge in the virus among DAA workers could scupper the airport’s plan to screen customers through security lines. Both ministers asked the government to make the preparations needed, including training and certifying Defence ...