Fully vaccinated Canadians can travel to Ireland


Ireland is now welcoming Canadians with valid proof of vaccination against COVID-19 and eliminating the need for them to undergo travel-related testing or quarantine measures.


The eased measures came into effect on July 19. Those who do not have valid proof of vaccination will need to present evidence of a negative RT-PCR test result within 72 hours prior to arrival into Ireland, self-quarantine and undergo post-arrival testing, which will be provided through the Health Service Executive in destination.

Before arrival, Canadians will need to complete a, which will be checked prior to departure to Ireland by the relevant carrier. Visitors mays also be asked to provide the vaccination certificate indicated on their form. Upon arrival in Ireland, spot checks will be carried out on proof of vaccinations and negative RT-PCR tests as appropriate.


As of July 19, children between the ages of 12 and 17 must have a negative RT-PCR test to travel into Ireland, even with fully vaccinated or recovered adults. This requirement is waived for children under 12.



0 views0 comments