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Ireland’s Health Minister Stephen Donnelly signed off on the ending of the requirement for international travellers to show proof of vaccination or recovery or a negative PCR test. It is also no longer necessary to complete a Covid-19 passenger locator form for travel to Ireland. It marks the removal of the final Covid-19 restrictions in Ireland.
In a statement issued this afternoon, the Department of Health said the current epidemiological situation in Ireland is ‘broadly positive’. ‘With both high levels of vaccine uptake and information on the Omicron variant becoming increasingly available internationally, changes in the management of Covid-19 in Ireland are possible. Covid-19 restrictions across Europe are evolving, with a number of EU countries already reviewing requirements for travellers,’ the statement said.
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The travel requirements are effective from March 6. The action was taken quickly to decrease obstacles for people leaving Ukraine and neighbouring countries for Ireland, the department said. Posting on social media, health minister Stephen Donnelly described the removal of the restrictions as ‘another step forward in our Covid efforts.’ Source
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