Tourism Ireland has welcomed a government decision to lift additional pre-testing requirements for travel to the destination.
The measures were initially introduced to combat the emergence of the Omicron variant of Covid-19.
Fully-vaccinated travellers will no longer need to take a pre-departure PCR test before entering the country.
The new regulations for entry into the Republic of Ireland are:
Julie Wakley, Tourism Ireland head of Great Britain, commented on the change in restrictions: “We’re delighted to be able to welcome travellers back to Ireland without the need for pre-departure testing for fully vaccinated visitors.
“Hassle-free travel within the Common Travel Area has resumed and fully vaccinated visitors from Great Britain will be able to travel between GB and Ireland with no testing or quarantine required.”
Travel guidelines to Northern Ireland remain unchanged for visitors travelling from GB.
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