Ireland relaxes travel restrictions due to COVID-19

In Ireland, travellers from other nations who have made the decision to get access to the region will no longer face entry restrictions.

As per the statement shared by the latter’s authorities, the cancellation of all of the rules and regulations was taken into account for COVID-19 infection.

Along with this, the Irish authorities has made an announcement that travellers from other nations are no longer needed to show proof of vaccination or recovery from the COVID-19 virus.

The requirement of the Passenger Locator Form (PLF) has been relaxed.

Meanwhile, the Irish government has given confirmation that travellers from other nations are eligible to get access to Ireland. The restriction is getting easing up from March 6.

The Irish government has highlighted in the statement, “There are no post-arrival testing or quarantine requirements for travellers to Ireland. Travel carriers will not ask to check a PLF receipt prior to travelling to Ireland. Any individual that develops Covid-19 symptoms while in Ireland should follow the HSE (Health Service Executive) guidance in relation to isolation and undertaking antigen or PCR testing as appropriate.”

All of the passengers who made the decision to travel through Ireland to visit Northern Ireland will still be needed to observe the UK travel conditions, such as fulfilling an Untied Kingdom Passenger Locator Form.

As per the figures shared by the World Health Organisation (WHO), the authorities in Ireland have registered 1,311,105 cases of COVID infection since the beginning of the pandemic, while a maximum number of 6,527 individuals have died during the same period.

Additionally, the figures shared by the World Health Organisation also reveals that in the previous seven days, a total of 23,269 individuals have tested positive for the COVID-19 in Ireland, while the maximum number of 56 people have died during the same period.

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