Government extends Covid-19 travel rules for all arriving passengers
Regulations requiring travellers to the State to fill in a locator form extended until July
A notice for arriving passengers about the Covid-19 passenger locator form at Terminal 2 in Dublin Airport. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA
Regulations requiring people entering the Republic from abroad to provide the address where they will be self-isolating for the required 14-day period have been extended for a further three weeks.
Upon arrival in the State at airports or ports, individuals are required to fill in a passenger locator form. The coronavirus measures are in place to allow authorities to check if individuals are self-isolating for 14 days as advised, and for contact tracing purposes.