Sinn Féin has called for full mandatory 14-day quarantine for everyone arriving into Ireland from abroad.
They believe mandating people to pay for the two-week isolation period at hotels upon arrival will eradicate non-essential travel almost in its entirety.
The party deems government stance on only quarantining people who arrive without a negative test for five days as insufficient.
It comes as the cabinet sub-committee on COVID will meet this evening to discuss further restrictions on international and internal travel.
Roscommon-Galway Sinn Fein TD Claire Kerrane told Midwest News why the party has taken this definite stance on the issue of travel.