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Posted Fri 22 Oct 2021 11:58 PM
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Hello! We are a family of five, fully vaccinated, traveling to Ireland for the holidays after postponing three times. We are just a little confused on what we need to provide to restaurants to be able to dine in. As non-EU citizens we do not have a Covid cert but we do have our vaccine cards. Will that be enough? Any help or suggestions is greatly appreciated. Thank you so much!
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Hi there, Cherie,

I am sure you are all so excited to finally be able to travel to the island after postponing three times! What do you have planned for your trip? ☘️

As non-EU citizens, a CDC vaccination card will be accepted on the island as proof of vaccination as it contains your personal information, the dates you were vaccinated, and the healthcare/clinic state which administered the vaccine. For any more information on what vaccinations are accepted here in Ireland, and other travel advice, please have a look at the official Irish government website.

Before traveling to the island, you must also fill out a Passenger Locator Form and this can be completed online!

I hope that this answers your query but please do let us know if you need any more information, or any help with planning your trip! 😊

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Aimee
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Hello, does a non EU citizen just show their vaccination card, mine from the US, to dine in a restaurant. When I made a dinner reservation, I was told vaccine carts are required for all in my party. I understand how to get to the island, but want to make sure we can enjoy the cuisine while there. If something else is required to enter a gastrointestinal please let me know thank you again!!
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Hello Cherie,

Not to worry, bars and restaurants accepts proof of immunity other than a EU Digital Covid Certificate according to the Irish government website

Other proofs of immunity include COVID-19 Certificates that have been issued by non-EU states.
For these non-EU certificates, they should contain:
- confirmation that the person has been vaccinated
- the date or dates on which the person was vaccinated
- the state body which either delivered the vaccination programme or is authorised to issue the certificate


I hope this helps. 😊

Antoine

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