The government in Ireland continues with the multiple-step program of easing the implemented restrictions further due to the promising progress in the country. Due to the positive public advice, all non-essential shops can now open and find a way back to a sort of normality.
The travel restrictions for incoming individuals remain in place, and the Irish government advises against non-essential international travel.
All incoming travelers to Ireland are required to:
Fill out a COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form
Proof of a negative PCR Test against COVID-19 not older than 72 hours
Travelers who are arriving from designated states must pre-book a designated hotel for mandatory quarantine.