Ireland waives all travel restrictions related to COVID-19
Ireland has dropped all Covid-19 travel restrictions. The relaxation of the rules came into force on March 6, including the removal of the Covid-19 Passenger Location Form (PLF).
Announcing the changes, the Dublin government stated: “From Sunday, March 6, 2022, travelers to Ireland must not show proof of vaccination, proof of recovery or a negative PCR test upon arrival.
"There are no on-arrival testing or quarantine requirements for travel to Ireland. Anyone who develops symptoms of COVID-19 while in Ireland should follow the Health Services Executive's guidance regarding isolation and perform antigen testing or PCR, as appropriate..
As of Sunday, March 6, 2022, passengers in Ireland will no longer be required to complete a Covid-19 Passenger Location Form. Passengers will not be required to verify a PLF receipt before traveling to Ireland. "
The changes led to an update of the Foreign Ministry's travel advice, which stated: "If you are traveling to Ireland on Sunday, March 6, 2022, you do not need to provide any proof of vaccination, proof of recovery, proof of negative test or Irish passenger locator.".