En De
Total doses
given
11M
People fully
vaccinated
4M
% Fully
vaccinated
81.15%
Masks
Not required
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated):
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated):
Test on arrival (vaccinated):
Test on arrival (unvaccinated):

Other:

27.01.2022

Everyone should revert to working from home unless it is necessary to attend the workplace in person; 24/01/2022: a return to physical attendance in workplaces can commence on a phased basis appropriate to each sector.

25.11.2021

Everyone is encouraged to work from home where possible. Work from home unless absolutely necessary to attend in person. Face coverings are recommended in crowded workplaces

06.11.2021

Information and advice for employers; workers and students. Available at

06.11.2021

Risk assessment algorithms for primary care/GP services; ambulance services and receiving hospitals.

06.11.2021

National risk assessment algorithms for primary care; National Ambulance Service and acute hospitals for patients presenting with symptoms following exposure in Wuhan.

19.05.2021

From 18 May; a phased return of outdoor workers (for example: construction workers; gardeners; including people working on allotments) will be allowed. Social distancing requirements continue to apply. From 4 ay 2021: All construction can restart

03.05.2021

Announcement of centralised procurement of additional essential equipment such as PPE.

03.05.2021

From 18 May; outdoor public amenities and tourism sites; such as carparks; beaches and mountain walks may reopen as well as outdoor public sports amenities; like playing pitches; tennis courts and golf courses.

20.04.2021

Construction will close from 6pm on Friday 8 January; with limited exceptions as described in link. From 12 April; all residential construction can resume; as well as early-learning and childcare construction projects.

12.04.2021

Regular update for the public regarding the up to date situation at https://www.hpsc.ie/news/title-19436-en.html. The Irish Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC).

12.04.2021

Increase in the level of public awareness campaigns at ports and airports to commence immediately.

04.09.2020

if you live in Kildare; you should only travel within your county; with expections fro work; health; family; return home; attend school; farming etc.

21.03.2020

Reduction of workplace contacts; and implementation of remote working practices and teleconferencing where possible. Canceled travelling for meetings. Work time and break times should be staggered; where possible. Individuals should work from home unless attendance at workplace is absolutely essential. Everyone is encouraged to work from home where possible.