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All arrivals into Ireland can end movement restrictions five days after testing negative for Covid-19

Regardless of origin, all arrivals into Ireland will not be required to restrict their movements after five days once they tested negative for Covid-19.

Originally a 14-day rule, this decision comes as Ireland adapts to the EU’s traffic light system for international travel.

The five-day rule will also apply to countries that are non-EEA members. Those arriving from orange countries will not have to restrict their movements once they tested negative three days prior to their arrival.


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