The government of Ireland has lifted all remaining Covid-19 entry requirements for international arrivals, regardless of vaccination status and country of departure.
All entry requirements for Ireland have been lifted
15-MAR-2022 | The Department for Health confirmed that it has formally ended all entry requirements, effective from March 6th.
This means that international travelers and students are no longer required to show proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative PCR test upon arrival. Additionally, travelers are not required to fill out a passenger locator form, which became very common for travel throughout the world during the pandemic. Entering Ireland now is the same as in pre-pandemic times.
Ireland has joined seven other nations that have removed all entry restrictions: Slovenia, Mexico, Norway, Jordan, Iceland, Bahrain, and El Salvador.
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