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Key Points

  • New inbound travel requirements
  • More vaccines approved for travel


The government of Ireland announced changes to international travel requirements that commenced on November 9, 2021. Under these changes:

  • Current travel regulations will remain in place
  • World Health Organization Emergency List vaccines (Sinopharm BIBP and Coronavac known as Sinovac) will be accepted for travel
  • Mixed vaccines will be accepted for travel
  • A combination of a single vaccine dose administered to a person who has recovered from COVID-19 infection will be accepted for travel
  • Persons who cannot supply proof of vaccination must provide evidence of recovery from COVID-19 or provide evidence of a valid PCR test result before travel. A PCR test must be taken within 36 hours of arrival
  • The COVID-19 Passenger Locator form must be completed before travel

For a complete list of accepted vaccines for travel to Ireland, click here.

What are the Changes?

The government of Ireland has released new updates for inbound travel.

Looking Ahead

Continue to check the government of Ireland’s website for additional updates and information.

Source: The Ministry of Health, Ireland

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