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Friday, April 23, 2021

Mandatory hotel quarantine has begun for passengers entering Ireland

Mandatory hotel quarantine for passengers who arrive into Ireland from 33 countries came into effect this morning.

All people who have travelled from 33 countries, deemed high-risk by health officials, must now stay for 12 nights in a selected hotel.

Passengers arriving into the country from other locations without a negative PCR test will also be required to quarantine.

Tifco Hotel Group will provide full board accommodation services to guests in facilities designated exclusively for the purpose of quarantine.

In addition, the service provider will provide ground transportation and security services, as well as health and wellbeing services for travellers, within their facilities.


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