Ireland

Ireland coronavirus travel restrictions UK Covid-19

Current Status:

All arrivals from UK asked to limit their movement for 14 days, but no formal quarantine or testing.

Masks: It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and in shops, taxis, cinemas, theatres, concert halls, health and social care institutions, and public offices etc. Similar to UK.

Social Distancing: 2m where possible.

Group Meetings: Meet one other household outdoors in a public setting.


Ireland is an island in the North Atlantic. It is separated from Great Britain to its east by the North Channel, the Irish Sea, and St George’s Channel. Ireland is the second-largest island of the British Isles, the third-largest in Europe, and the twentieth-largest on Earth.


Click on Country of Residence:

England

Travelling to Ireland

All arrivals from countries not on the Green List, including Irish residents, are asked to restrict their movement for 14 days on arrival. This means staying at home and avoiding contact with other people and social situations as much as possible. There is more information on restricting movement on the Irish Government’s website.

You do not need to restrict your movements if you are:

  • air crew, including pilots, in Ireland as part of your work duties
  • holders of a Certificate for International Transport Workers, or drivers of a heavy goods vehicle, who are in Ireland for this work
  • ship crew, including the maritime master, in the course of performing your duties

From 28 May 2020 there is has been a legal requirement for all passengers arriving in Ireland from overseas (including the UK) to complete a Public Health Passenger Locator Form, with penalties for non-compliance as detailed in the form.

Returning from Ireland

When you return, you must follow the rules for entering the UK. You:

  • do not need to isolate or complete a Passenger Locator Form.

Wales

Travelling to Ireland

All arrivals from countries not on the Green List, including Irish residents, are asked to restrict their movement for 14 days on arrival. This means staying at home and avoiding contact with other people and social situations as much as possible. There is more information on restricting movement on the Irish Government’s website.

You do not need to restrict your movements if you are:

  • air crew, including pilots, in Ireland as part of your work duties
  • holders of a Certificate for International Transport Workers, or drivers of a heavy goods vehicle, who are in Ireland for this work
  • ship crew, including the maritime master, in the course of performing your duties

From 28 May 2020 there is has been a legal requirement for all passengers arriving in Ireland from overseas (including the UK) to complete a Public Health Passenger Locator Form, with penalties for non-compliance as detailed in the form.

Returning from Ireland

When you return, you must follow the rules for entering the UK. You:

  • do not need to isolate or complete a Passenger Locator Form.

Scotland

Travelling to Ireland

All arrivals from countries not on the Green List, including Irish residents, are asked to restrict their movement for 14 days on arrival. This means staying at home and avoiding contact with other people and social situations as much as possible. There is more information on restricting movement on the Irish Government’s website.

You do not need to restrict your movements if you are:

  • air crew, including pilots, in Ireland as part of your work duties
  • holders of a Certificate for International Transport Workers, or drivers of a heavy goods vehicle, who are in Ireland for this work
  • ship crew, including the maritime master, in the course of performing your duties

From 28 May 2020 there is has been a legal requirement for all passengers arriving in Ireland from overseas (including the UK) to complete a Public Health Passenger Locator Form, with penalties for non-compliance as detailed in the form.

Returning from Ireland

When you return, you must follow the rules for entering the UK. You:

  • do not need to isolate or complete a Passenger Locator Form.

Northern Ireland

Travelling to Ireland

No restrictions on movement when arriving from Northern Ireland.

Returning from Ireland

When you return, you must follow the rules for entering the UK. You:

  • do not need to isolate or complete a Passenger Locator Form.

COVID-19 Data: (Source Worldometer)

All information correct as of 29/10/2020 @ 09:00

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