In recognition of this fact, Ireland will not require people arriving from these locations to restrict their movements. If you are a visa required national, you should note that Immigration Service Delivery is not accepting any visa applications for tourism or business until further notice. Restricting your movements means staying indoors in one location and avoiding contact with other people and social situations as much as possible. In case of any questions and suggestions please contact us. Lockdown measures are gradually being eased. You should work from home unless you are providing an essential service for which your physical presence is required. Mandatory Travel Documentation: COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form. The government banned social gatherings of more than four people. Republic of Ireland Latest News: Irish government adds Greece and Italy to list of countries from which travelers are required to quarantine for 14 days on arrival (Reuters , 17.09.2020). Facemasks are mandatory on public transport and enclosed indoor areas such as small shops. The link also includes detail on Level 3 measures not included in the table, such as: social gatherings; organised events (e.g. Lockdown measures will start to be gradually eased from 5 May. Travelling to Ireland from a location that is on the COVID-19 green list and Travelling to Ireland from a location that is NOT on the COVID-19 green list. But I think it’s important that we don’t raise expectations in terms of dates without being able to back that up. **Travelling from (or returning to) Ireland: Travelling abroad from Ireland; Travel advice by country from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Amongst other measures, you are still advised to: wash your hands well and often; observe good cough and sneeze etiquette; distance yourself at least 2 metres away from other people, especially those who might be unwell; limit your contact with others when out and about; keep your close contacts to a small number of people; avoid crowded areas; wear a face covering in situations where physical distancing is not possible, for example shops, busy public transport, or if you are meeting someone who is vulnerable to the virus; keep a log of all of your contacts throughout the day. Case numbers have been dropping on the Emerald Isle, … See the Irish Government website for further information, which covers relevant information for a range of different scenarios.r, Republic of Ireland Authorities tighten COVID-19 restrictions until September 13. Essential retail and essential services will remain open. Travelwise App (smartphone app designed to help Irish citizens to stay safe and informed while travelling, living or working overseas) *Mandatory Travel Documentation: COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form. Full details of business and amenity restrictions in these counties can be found on the Irish Government website. Restrictions include: • Social and family gatherings in your home or garden are limited to a maximum of six visitors from one other household. “The restrictions on travel are appropriate now and unfortunately they’re going to be appropriate in five/six weeks’ time over the Christmas period,” Ms Favier told RTE’s Morning Ireland programme on Monday. From 29 June, events can take place but will not be open to the public. Travelling from Ireland or returning to Ireland- Given the current domestic and international situation, the government states that the safest thing to do is not to travel abroad. **Rules and Exceptions: The Irish Authorities advise anyone coming into Ireland, apart from Northern Ireland and from locations with a security rating of “normal precautions” (green), to restrict their movements for 14 days. Previously the green list was made up of countries with lower infection rates than Ireland, but the government stopped updating the list when cases in Ireland surged to 45 cases per 100,000 over the past 14 days. Asked about the Government’s preparations in anticipation of a vaccine being made available, Mr Coveney refused to put a timeline on the introduction of the vaccine in Ireland but said the Government would be ready. Restricting movement on arrival All arrivals from overseas, including Irish residents, are asked to restrict their movement [https://www2.hse.ie/conditions/coronavirus/travel.html] for 14 days on arrival. If you arrive into Ireland from another country, you must fill in a COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form. As no EU Member State or Associated schengen country is currently below the required 14-day cumulative number of COVID-19 cases, it remains the case that there are no countries on the normal precautions list. There are various exceptions to this which can be viewed here. Travel advice by country from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. You should not use public transport in these counties unless it is absolutely necessary to do so. “Ireland’s travel restrictions are more restrictive than any other country in Europe, and Ireland now stands alone in applying a policy, while the rest of Europe has opened up for travel. Before starting your journey, please check visa requirements at www.inis.gov.ie. People in Kildare should only travel within their county except for the essential reasons set out. **Mandatory Travel Documentation: COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form. Bars, cafes and restaurants (including hotel restaurants and bars) can only serve take away food or delivery. Travelwise App (smartphone app designed to help Irish citizens to stay safe and informed while travelling, living or working overseas). For more information and a complete list of settings where wearing a face covering is required, please see the Irish Government website. **From the EU: Travellers from Estonia, Finland, Greece, Greenland, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Slovakia may enter Ireland without restrictions. *From Third Countries: As above. The COVID-19 green list will be reviewed on a fortnightly basis, based on advice from officials including public health experts. “A not-detected test five days after you come into the country doesn’t mean you couldn’t seed a cluster on the sixth or the seventh day,” she warned. Ireland to retain 14 day quarantine period for travelers entering from British mainland amid ongoing COVID-19 concerns (Reuters, 27.06.2020). Current visa information can be found at www.inis.gov.ie. Organisations where employees have low levels of interaction with people can reopen. Authorities announce new COVID-19 restrictions, people should not travel more than five kilometers from home (Reuters,19.10.2020). Further information on these requirements and the list of countries is available here. *Face coverings: The Irish government now recommends that face coverings are worn in crowded workplaces, places of worship and in busy or crowded outdoor spaces where there is significant congregation. The airports are open, but there is limited availability of commercial flights. You should check the Irish Government website, for comprehensive guidance on public health measures currently in force. Hotels will potentially reopen from 20 July. People from outside Kildare should not travel to the county except for work or essential reasons [https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/7b237-special-advice-for-those-living-in-kildare-laois-and-offaly-friday-7-august-2020/]. Restrictions include: • Social and family gatherings in your home or garden are limited to a maximum of six visitors from one other household. • Pubs or bars not serving food are closed in Dublin; pubs or bars not serving food are open in Donegal for take-away and outdoor service. Certain priority/emergency visa cases will continue to be processed. The COVID-19 Green List is updated fortnightly. It should only be used by essential workers or other people making essential journeys. The Irish Government states that as risk cannot be completely eliminated, you will need to decide what is right for you and your health. If you are over 70 or extremely medically vulnerable you can still meet with people and go outside for exercise but are advised, if at all possible, to avoid public transport, shop during designated hours or seek assistance if needed in accessing food, essential supplies and medicine. Wearing a cloth face covering remains recommended in other situations where it is difficult to practice social distancing. As no EU Member State or Associated schengen country is currently below the required 14-day cumulative number of COVID-19 cases, it remains the case that there are no countries on the normal precautions list. Outdoor gatherings are restricted to a maximum of 15 people. *Face coverings: The wearing of a face covering is mandatory in the following settings: • On public transport • In shops and many other indoor settings Some people are exempted from wearing masks. Educational institutions as well as bars and pubs are closed until further notice. **Specific measures for Irish residents exiting or returning to Ireland: We are asking passengers who arrive into Ireland to restrict their movements to limit the potential of importing COVID-19 and infecting their families, communities and workplaces. Relaxation in restrictions Lockdown measures are gradually being eased. Republic of Ireland Government to drop 14-day COVID-19 quarantine requirement for travelers arriving from 15 countries (Malta, Finland, Norway, Italy, Hungary, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Cyprus, Slovakia, Greece, Greenland, Gibraltar, Monaco, and San Marino) (Reuters, 21.07.2020). Passengers arriving from overseas are expected to self-isolate for 14 days. Previously the green list was made up of countries with lower infection rates than Ireland, but the government stopped updating the list when cases in Ireland surged to 45 cases per 100,000 over the past 14 days. [https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/cf9b0d-new-public-health-measures-effective-now-to-prevent-further-spread-o/?referrer=/en/publication/539d23-stay-at-home-the-latest-public-health-measures-to-prevent-the-spread/]. Travelwise App (smartphone app designed to help Irish citizens to stay safe and informed while travelling, living or working overseas) *Find out more: COVID-19 Travel Advice. Some people are exempted from wearing masks. For further detail on the restrictive measures in place on: weddings; sports; religious services; funerals; retail and services; work; schools and educational settings; playground and play areas; and long-term residential facilities, please consult the links provided at the start of this section. From 29 June, events can take place but will not be open to the public. Hotels will potentially reopen from 20 July. There are no restrictions for people coming from countries on the EU’s permitted third-country list, and there’s a long list of other countries from where people can travel if they show a negative test carried out less than 72 hours before flying, or have to get one done as soon as they arrive at an airport in France. Across Ireland, physical distancing should be maintained at all times. The COVID-19 green list [https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/8868e-view-the-covid-19-travel-advice-list/] is reviewed on a fortnightly basis, based on advice from officials including public health experts. Current visa information can be found at [http://www.inis.gov.ie/]. Passengers from any other location are asked to restrict their movements for 14 days see here. Returning passengers, who have carried out an essential function in another region, but who have otherwise restricted their movement while in that region. Some people are exempted from wearing masks. Wearing a cloth face covering remains recommended in situations where it is difficult to practice social distancing, for example in shops. Before starting your journey, please check visa requirements here. You should wait for your negative test result to be returned before ending the period of restricted movements. The HSE rules include not going to work or to public places; not taking public transport or taxis; and not inviting visitors to your home. The Irish government has established a phone number for COVID-19-related travel queries:  +353 1 613 1733.​. The airports are open, but there is limited availability of commercial flights. “I think it’s too early for people to be booking flights at this stage.”. There is specific guidance for people who are over 70 or extremely medically vulnerable, including to protect yourself by staying at home as much as you can. A number of educational facilities are now able to open, whilst observing all of the relevant public health guidelines. *Mandatory Travel Documentation: COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form. Outdoor gatherings are restricted to a maximum of 15 people. **Passengers arriving to Ireland from overseas are legally required to complete a COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form [https://www2.hse.ie/file-library/coronavirus/covid-19-passenger-locator-form.pdf]. Travelling to Ireland from a location that is on the COVID-19 normal precautions list and Travelling to Ireland from a location that is NOT on the COVID-19 normal precautions list. Passengers from any other location are asked to restrict their movements [https://www2.hse.ie/conditions/coronavirus/managing-coronavirus-at-home/if-you-live-with-someone-who-has-coronavirus.html#restrict] for 14 days. The revised strategy includes a ‘Framework for Restrictive Measures’ designed to allow people to understand, anticipate and prepare for the measures the government might introduce to stop escalation of the virus. Restricting your movements means staying indoors in one location and avoiding contact with other people and social situations as much as possible. Individuals arriving into Ireland from these locations will not be requested to restrict their movements upon entry. Amongst other measures, you are advised to: wash your hands well and often; observe good cough and sneeze etiquette; distance yourself at least 2 metres away from other people, especially those who might be unwell; limit your contact with others when out and about; keep your close contacts to a small number of people; avoid crowded areas; wear a face covering in situations where physical distancing is not possible, for example shops and shopping centres (mandatory from 10 August), busy public transport (also mandatory), or if you are meeting someone who is vulnerable to the virus; keep a log of all of your contacts throughout the day; The wearing of face coverings on public transport is mandatory. **From the EU: Travellers from Estonia, Finland, Greece, Greenland, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Slovakia may enter Ireland without restrictions. Visits to one’s home or outdoor garden by members of another household are prohibited. For more information and a complete list of settings where wearing a face covering is required, see the Irish Government website. Before starting your journey, please check visa requirements at www.inis.gov.ie. • Other settings outside your home or garden – no social or family gatherings should take place. All sporting events are to take place behind closed doors, with a strict avoidance of social gatherings before and after matches, social distancing in between and on the sidelines. Before starting your journey, please check visa requirements at here. *Travel from EU: Entry Restrictions- Travel to a very limited set of locations (COVID-19 green list) is exempted from the general advice against non-essential travel overseas. See the Irish Government website [https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/cf9b0d-new-public-health-measures-effective-now-to-prevent-further-spread-o/#advice-for-people-over-70-and-those-who-are-extremely-medically-vulnerable] for further information, which covers relevant information for a range of different scenarios. From 29 June 2020, people can travel throughout the country and to Ireland’s offshore islands. All arrivals from overseas, including Irish residents, are asked to self-isolate [https://www2.hse.ie/conditions/coronavirus/travel.html] for 14 days on arrival. The COVID-19 green list is reviewed on a fortnightly basis, based on advice from officials including public health experts. You must wear a face covering on public transport. International Restrictions: *From within the EU: Entry Restrictions- The Irish Authorities advise anyone coming into Ireland, apart from Northern Ireland and individuals arriving in Ireland from locations with a security rating of ‘’, to restrict their movements for 14 days, and this includes citizens and residents returning to Ireland. People from outside these counties should not travel to Kildare, Laois or Offaly, except for work or the essential reasons set out here [https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/7b237-special-advice-for-those-living-in-kildare-laois-and-offaly-friday-7-august-2020/]. • Hotels and accommodation – open, but with services limited to residents. He told RTE’s Morning Ireland: “We will start the process of rolling out a vaccine as soon as a vaccine is available. Further information on these requirements is available www.gov.ie. This process will start with increasing the allowed exercise area to 5km and allowing over-70s to go out for exercise. This can include a family meeting an individual friend or neighbour, a group of individuals meeting outdoors, and three couples meeting outdoors. **From the EU: Travellers from Estonia, Finland, Greece, Greenland, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Slovakia may enter Ireland without restrictions. • Transport: you must wear a face covering on public transport. If you are over 70 or extremely medically vulnerable you can still meet with people and go outside for exercise but are advised, if at all possible, to avoid public transport, shop during designated hours or seek assistance if needed in accessing food, essential supplies and medicine. Before starting your journey, please check visa requirements at www.inis.gov.ie. Travel Advice; Where to find advice if you have recently entered Ireland; Links to official sources of information about Covid-19; Links to airlines; Information about the Department's role; Travel Advice. Restricting your movements means staying indoors in one location and avoiding contact with other people and social situations as much as possible. Residents of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican/Holy See should be considered as EU residents for this purpose. Travelling abroad from Ireland. This includes citizens and residents returning to Ireland. You are also advised to maintain a 2 metre distance from others when exercising outdoors and to wash hands on returning home. From 29 June 2020, people can travel throughout the country and to Ireland’s offshore islands. Public transport capacity is limited to 50% and peak hours are for essential workers and essential purposes only. Find out more: COVID-19 Travel Advice. The government banned social gatherings of more than four people. All non-essential overseas travel to and from Ireland should be avoided. Maximum numbers in restaurants and cafes linked to capacity of establishment, taking account of public health advice, but with individual groups limited to 6 people from up to 3 households; Pubs or bars which do not serve food – open with robust protective measures in place. Organised outdoor gatherings – can take place for up to 15 people. You should not use public transport in Kildare unless it is absolutely necessary to do so. **Transit: As above **Third Countries: As above. Self-isolation means staying indoors and completely avoiding contact with other people, according to the HSE. Travel advice by country from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade **Rules and Exceptions: The Irish Authorities advise anyone coming into Ireland, apart from Northern Ireland and from locations with a security rating of “normal precautions” (green), to restrict their movements for 14 days. Further information on these requirements is available www.gov.ie. Travelwise App (smartphone app designed to help Irish citizens to stay safe and informed while travelling, living or working overseas). Ireland enters Level 3 restrictions from midnight but this does not mean a complete easing and freedom to roam about the country. If you are over 70 or extremely medically vulnerable you can still meet with people and go outside for exercise but are advised, if at all possible, to avoid public transport, shop during designated hours or seek assistance if needed in accessing food, essential supplies and medicine. The revised strategy includes a ‘Framework for Restrictive Measures’ designed to allow people to understand, anticipate and prepare for the measures the government might introduce to stop escalation of the virus. Hotels can open but must limit occupancy to essential non-social and non-tourist reasons. In general, you are requested to restrict your movements for 14 days if you arrive into Ireland from another country. “There’s been a fraying around the edges. The airports are open, but there is limited availability of commercial flights. Travel advice by country from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. – Museums, galleries and cultural attractions – closed – Transport – Public transport capacity will be limited to 50% and for essential workers and essential purposes only. *Find out more: COVID-19 Travel Advice. Restaurants and cafes can remain open, with a mandatory closing time of 11.30pm. If you are caught outside the radius aside from the five reasons, you will be penalised. Public transport will be restricted, measures will be introduced at ports and airports. • Bars, cafes and restaurants (including hotel restaurants and bars) – Open with protective measures in place. Walk or cycle where possible. Outdoor gatherings are restricted to a maximum of 15 people. Passengers arriving from overseas are expected to self-isolate for 14 days. Depending on agreed criteria, travel to certain countries may be exempted from the general advice against non-essential travel overseas, and these countries may be given a ‘normal precautions’ security status. We will have a task force that is already focusing on how that is going to work, to make sure that we can be as effective as we possibly can be in ensuring that we get vaccines to as many people as possible as quickly as possible, and of course that we target the most vulnerable people first.”. The Department's travel advice for over 200 countries is regularly updated. On 8 June, Ireland moved to Phase 2 of a roadmap for easing lockdown restrictions. Before starting your journey, please check visa requirements at [www.inis.gov.ie]. Irish citizens travelling to locations with a “normal precautions” (green) rating are advised to follow the public health guidelines of the local health authorities and to continue to practice physical distancing measures, hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette etc. Before starting your journey, please check visa requirements here. The request to restrict movements does not apply to individuals arriving into Ireland from these countries. Find out more: COVID-19 Travel Advice. Foreign diplomats do not need to complete the form. Travelling to Ireland from a location that is on the COVID-19 green list; Travelling to Ireland from a location that is NOT on the COVID-19 green list. This process will start with increasing the allowed exercise area to 5km and allowing over-70s to go out for exercise. In line with Government guidance, wearing a face covering is mandatory on public transport from Monday 29th June. This form must include your address or the address of where you will be staying while you are in the country, as well as a contact number. Travel to Ireland is subject to entry restrictions All arrivals, including Irish residents, arriving from overseas must complete a Public Health Pasenger Locator Form … Before starting your journey, please check visa requirements at www.inis.gov.ie. There are penalties for non-compliance in these settings; wear a face mask if you are travelling in a private vehicle with someone from outside of your household. Travel advice by country from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. *Transit: Entry Restrictions- The Irish Authorities advise anyone coming into Ireland, apart from Northern Ireland and individuals arriving in Ireland from locations with a security rating of ‘normal precautions’, to restrict their movements for 14 days, and this includes citizens and residents returning to Ireland. See the Irish Government website for further information, which covers relevant information for a range of different scenarios. No other social or family gatherings should take place. You should not use public transport in Kildare unless it is absolutely necessary to do so. You should not use public transport in these counties unless it is absolutely necessary to do so. Hotels will potentially reopen from 20 July. Travel within the island of Ireland is subject to prevailing domestic public health restrictions as outlined on gov.ie. Travelling from Ireland or returning to Ireland Irish citizens travelling to locations with a “normal precautions [https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/8868e-view-the-covid-19-travel-advice-list/] (green) rating are advised to follow the public health guidelines of the local health authorities and to continue to practice physical distancing measures, hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette etc. Restricting your movements means staying indoors in one location and avoiding contact with other people and social situations as much as possible. There are additional specific measures in place for Dublin (see section on Dublin below). There are penalties for non-compliance, although some people are exempted from wearing masks. Currently, all passengers entering Ireland from orange, red, and grey regions are requested to restrict their movements for 14 days. Amongst other measures, you are advised to: wash your hands well and often; observe good cough and sneeze etiquette; distance yourself at least 2 metres away from other people, especially those who might be unwell; limit your contact with others when out and about; keep your close contacts to a small number of people; avoid crowded areas; keep a log of all of your contacts throughout the day; avoid using public transport, where possible; wear a face covering in situations where physical distancing is not possible and as a mandatory measure in shops,shopping centres and on public transport. Public transport capacity is limited to 50% and peak hours are for essential workers and essential purposes only; Hotels and accommodation are open with protective measures in place; There are no restrictions on domestic travel outside of Dublin. Capacity is limited availability of commercial flights coming from China, Iran Italy... 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