From Monday, July 19, visitors from the European Union who hold the Covid Digital Certificate from the European Union will be required to fill out a form to return to Ireland for tourism and to enter the country. Passenger Locator Form (Plf), Indicates which document you need: Vaccination Certificate, Recovery Certificate from Kovid-19 in the last 6 months, Negative RT-PCR test result performed within 72 hours.
The EU Covid Digital Certificate can be used as proof of all the above three conditions. Before the concerned carrier leaves for Ireland the Passenger Pluff will be inspected and visitors will be asked to provide the certificate indicated on the form.
Upon arrival in Ireland, Kovid will perform spot checks on digital certificates, other vaccination records, and negative RT-PCR tests.
It is important to note that the introduction of these additional restrictions may lead to some inconveniences, which may result in delays for visitors, so it is advisable to allow more time for departure and arrival.
For minors aged between 19 and 12 to 17 to go to Ireland, a negative RT-PCR test must be performed, even if they are fully vaccinated or treated adults, while children under 12 must undergo any RT-PCR testing. However, before embarking on a journey, it is always a good idea to check Irish Government Website For live updates on procedures and documentation that you need to take with you.
It is also important to note that only those who have completed or are in possession of the vaccination process
You can use the services of a recovery certificate from Kovid-19 issued within the last 6 months
Indoor dining while you live in Ireland. The law is expected to take effect on July 26, and the EU Covid digital certificate can be used as proof of access to restaurants. On the other hand, hoteliers can take advantage of the catering options provided within the structure.
Northern Ireland applies a traffic light system for countries classified as green, red, and orange, and existing procedures depend on which country they come from or come from. You can contact me for more information Northern Ireland Government Website.
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