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According to Foreign Policy, Irish citizens are getting around their country's coronavirus restrictions by booking dentist appointments...in the Canary Islands. Ireland's travel restrictions provide an exemption for "essential medical, health or dental services" with proof of the appointment from a medical provider. Dental offices in Spain's Canary Islands, a sunny archipelago off the coast of Morocco, report a surge in appointments from Irish patients requesting email confirmations of their appointments. The Irish "patients" are, apparently, generally no-shows, creating bottlenecks for Canary Islanders with actual dental problems. canariesinfo.co.uk/images/spaingif.GIF
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