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Covid-19 international travel requirements no longer in place in Ireland

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12:31 6 Mar 2022

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Covid-19 international travel requirements are no longer in place in Ireland.

Requirements for passengers arriving in Ireland to show proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative PCR test, were scrapped by Health Minister Stephen Donnelly last night.

The move was aimed at reducing any obstacles for people coming from Ukraine to Ireland.

Eoghan Corry, Editor of Air and Travel Magazine, said however that it's important to remember that passenger locator forms are still required by other countries:

"It's very important to remember that locator forms are still current around Europe. The digital Covid cert is not just required for travel, very often it's required for local events across Europe. Covid hasn't gone away, and a very important factor is that you must not travel, you must not fly, if you suffer from Covid symptoms. There's  a direct question about that before you check in with all airlines."


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