Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly has signed regulations to end COVID-19-related international travel requirements for Ireland.
According to a statement published on Gov.ie, as of Sunday 6 March 2022, international travellers to Ireland are not required to show proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative PCR test upon arrival in the country, and there is no requirement to complete a COVID-19 passenger locator form.
The statement published on Gov.ie announced that this action was taken quickly, to remove these travel requirements, to decrease any obstacles for individuals leaving Ukraine and neighbouring countries to travel to Ireland.
Continuing To Monitor The COVID-19 Situation
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The statement published on Gov.ie added that the government is continuing to closely monitor the COVID-19 epidemiological situation in Ireland and abroad.
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