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Mandatory hotel quarantine to come into effect in Ireland on Friday

Mandatory hotel quarantine in Ireland will come into force this Friday, with the booking portal going live this morning.

The cost for an incoming passenger coming from one of 33 designated states is €1,875 for 12 nights.

The rules will also apply to any passenger who arrives into the State without the required negative PCR test for Covid-19.

The day rate for those passengers will be €150.

The service provider – Tifco Hotel Group – will provide full board accommodation, along with transportation, security, health and well-being services.

The first facility that will be available to receive arriving passengers is the Crowne Plaza Dublin Airport Hotel in Santry.


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