From Saturday January 16th the following applies to all travellers into Ireland:
- PCR tests 72 hrs prior to arrival required for all passengers arriving to Ireland from Saturday.
- All passengers from UK and South Africa still must isolate for 14 days.
- Passengers from green and amber regions will not have to restrict their movements once they have the negative results upon arrival in Ireland.
- Those travelling from red regions or grey regions (which are countries not in the EU traffic light system – such as the US) will need a negative PCR test taken 72 hours before they depart, and they will also have to take a test five days after landing in Ireland.
- If they get a clear test after the five days, they will no longer have to restrict movements.
- If they do not take a second test, they will have to restrict their movements for 14 days.
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