Announcement About Travels From Turkey To Ireland

Dublin Büyükelçiliği 17.07.2021

Travels from Turkey to Ireland: Turkey has been removed from the list of designated states for Mandatory Hotel Quarantine in Ireland.

From 19 July, passengers travelling to Ireland from Turkey who are fully vaccinated (with applicable vaccine) will not need a negative PCR test or to undergo quarantine.

Passengers travelling to Ireland from Turkey who are not vaccinated with an applicable vaccine need to:

- present a negative PCR test result (taken in previous 72 hours before arrival)

- undergo 14 days home quarantine. This can be shortened with a negative test from Day 5.

Passengers not vaccinated with an applicable vaccine who have valid proof of recovery from COVID in the past 180 days are not required to present a negative PCR test or to undergo quarantine.

All passengers need to complete the online "Passenger Locator Form" onCOVID-19 Passenger Locator Form (eplf.gov.ie) in advance of travel.

Please see here for detailed information including for passengers travelling with children: https://www.gov.ie/en/campaigns/75d92-covid-19-travel-advice/

Guidance is subject to change, we recommend that you consult gov.ie for latest updates before travel.

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