Ireland removes all restrictions on entry into the country from October 22
Since October 22, Ireland has been lifting all existing anti-weed restrictions on entry into the country, the National Ministry of Tourism has announced.
Ireland has allowed entry for tourist purposes for vaccinated travelers from countries outside the European Union since July 19.
Despite the health crisis, Irish tourism remained active in the summer thanks to the domestic market. In total, the Irish and foreign tourists brought 9 billion euros to the industry during the season.
Russia restored air traffic with Ireland on June 28, 2021. Since Ireland does not recognize Russian vaccines, a negative PCR test made no later than 72 hours before arrival and a completed COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form are required to enter the country. Children under 12 do not need to be tested.
Upon arrival, all citizens of the Russian Federation must undergo a 14-day quarantine, which can be reduced after receiving a negative PCR test result after five days of isolation.