Australian resident Graham Cooke created a COVID travel checklist | 7NEWS

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Australian resident Graham Cooke created a COVID travel checklist | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

After two years of COVID restrictions Australians are itching to get back into the air and travel overseas.

But, what happens if you catch COVID during your holidays?

Australian Graham Cooke recently found himself trapped in Ireland after testing positive to COVID-19. He has since used his own experience to create a COVID travel checklist so that others don’t end up in the same position.

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