Ireland has lifted all entry restrictions for international travelers, including those requiring testing and vaccinations. Dublin, Ireland — The government announced on Sunday that it has lifted all outstanding Covid-19 entrance restrictions for overseas visitors.
The submission of evidence of vaccination, proof of recovery, or a negative Covid-19 test before departure or after arrival in Ireland will no longer be required for travelers visiting Ireland. Regulations requiring passengers to pass through quarantine as well as the necessity to complete a passenger locating form have also been eliminated.
“Travelers visiting Ireland are not subject to any post-arrival testing or quarantine restrictions. In a statement, the Irish government said that “Travel carriers would not require to see a PLF receipt before allowing a passenger to travel to Ireland.”
In the report, it states that “any person who develops Covid-19 symptoms while in Ireland should follow the HSE’s (Health Service Executive) instructions in respect to isolation and undergoing antigen or PCR testing as necessary.”
Even if you are going via Ireland in order to visit Northern Ireland, you must still follow the United Kingdom’s travel standards, which include doing a fast lateral flow test and completing the United Kingdom Passenger Locator Form.
The only Covid-19 regulations that remained in Ireland were the entry requirements, since the government had previously removed the need to wear a mask as well as the requirement to provide a health certificate at indoor events.
Announcing the decision comes only days before St Patrick’s Day festivities return to the city, which had been postponed since 2019.
Fortunately, the Omicron wave has passed. According to what the Minister of Health announced earlier today, this is the case. Even those who have had booster shots may need a fourth dose this Fall, according to him.
‘I believe it’s absolutely feasible that Niac will come back and say that we will all be getting a yearly vaccination, so you may receive your flu vaccine and your COVID vaccine at the same time,’ said the author of the article.
The number of individuals in the hospital is still high, and a significant proportion of them are in intensive care. ” At least the numbers in intensive care units are decreasing, albeit the numbers in general hospitals are still rather high.”
It has been reported that although officials are keeping an eye on the epidemiological situation both inside and beyond the nation, they are confident that the domestic situation is “mainly favorable.”