Traveling in Ireland with negative PCR-test

Traveling in Ireland with negative PCR-test

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Hi
can anyone help clarify if there are restrictions on who is allowed to stay in hotels and eat at restaurants in Ireland with the restrictions in place after 19. July?

You can enter Ireland by presenting evidence of a negative RT-PCR result from a test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival into the country.

But is this also enough to stay in hotels or visiting restaurants?

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Hi Henrik,

At the current time, only those who are fully vaccinated or with proof of recovery from COVID-19 in the past 6 months will be able to avail of indoor hospitality during their stay in Ireland. The NHS COVID Pass or other proof of vaccination can be used as proof of this.

Accommodation services including hotels, B&Bs, self-catering, caravan & camping, and hostels are open. Overnight guests will be able to avail of the indoor hospitality options within the hotel. You can learn more about the current hospitality reopening plan here.

Things are evolving periodically regarding travel both to and from the island; please check out our traveller health page here to keep up to date with all the latest.

I hope this information is helpful to you.

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Hi Eoin

Thank you for your reply.

Just to be sure I understand it correct, is accomodation open to everyone, also people who are not fully vaccinated? 

So non-vaccinated people can stay at a hotel and eat there, but not visit other restaurants?

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Henrik

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Hi Henrik,

That is correct!

To rephrase Eoin's original answer to your question :

Accommodation are open... Overnight guests will be able to avail of the indoor hospitality options within the hotel. You can learn more about the current hospitality reopening plan here.

We hope this will help you in your preparation for your upcoming Ireland trip. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. We're more than happy to help you make the most of your journey to the Emerald Isle.

Kind regards,

Vera

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