Traveling to Dublin

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Posted Fri 10 Dec 2021 11:01 AM
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Hi there!
Me and my friend are planning to travel from Barcelona to Dublin next week. We are just wondering what do we need to noticed when we are traveling to Ireland. We are fully vaccinated and we understood that we only need to take covid test before arriving to Ireland. Is there anything else we need to noticed?

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Riikka & Laura
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Hi Rikka and Laura,

It is great to hear you are planning to travel to Ireland.

Currently, if you are vaccinated, you will need to present a negative antigen test taken no more than 48 hours before arriving in Ireland or a PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before. Other than this, you will need to fill the Passenger Locator Form before departure. You can find all the restrictions on the Government's page and the Traveller's health page.

Wishing you an amazing trip,

David

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Thank you so much for you help!

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Riikka and Laura
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Hi!
I have a question. If we get this antigen test, does the certification has to have QR -code or is any kind of certification valid?

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Riikka and Laura
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Hi Rikka,

The test must be carried out by a health professional or skilled testing personnel. This health professional should provide certification of the negative result that includes name and date of birth, the country in which test was carried out, certificate issuer, and the date of the test. It is not necessary for the test to contain a QR code.

I hope this is useful.

David

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