I understand that the information out right now can be confusing and I'd be more than happy to help shed a bit of light on the current situation.
The state of travel both to and on the island of Ireland is still evolving, meaning that information may be subject to change. At this time, there is no quarantine in place for individuals travelling to Northern Ireland from mainland Britain, but the UK government is still advising that you should avoid all non-essential travel.
However, please be advised that the Republic of Ireland is also advising against non-essential overseas travel and all international visitors, including those from mainland Britain, are still required to fill in a passenger locator form
. In addition, visitors are expected to restrict their movements
for up to 14 days, as well as some other safety precautions, if not on the green list countries
that was updated on the 5th of August. This is under constant review and changes to this are occurring at planned intervals as the situation allows. Currently, the passenger locator form needs to be filled in and emailed to this email address if you are not coming into the state directly. email@example.com
Please continue to check the official websites for more details, links available on our travel health page
page, where all of the official updates are provided. I'd also suggest downloading the Covid App
for regular updates, advice, and information.
Hopefully, this helps try to explain the situation.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask!