The following information is applicable to people who are fully vaccinated and traveling from Egypt to Ireland.View restrictions for unvaccinated travelers
Governments are changing their policies rapidly in response to the Omicron variant. We recommend checking in regularly and verifying requirements with the linked sources before making travel plans.
Travel is allowed with restrictions
Travelers are allowed to enter Ireland. Please check the documentation, quarantine, and/or testing requirements before traveling.
Transit is allowed with restrictions for vaccinated travelers
Fully vaccinated travelers are allowed to transit through Ireland as long as they do not leave the international airport area.
Fully vaccinated transit travelers are required to:
- Complete the electronic Passenger Locator Form before travel;
- Have proof of vaccination.
Before You Leave
No proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test results for vaccinated travelers
Fully vaccinated travelers are not required to have proof of a negative COVID-19 test result before traveling to Ireland.
Mandatory passenger locator form
All travelers, including those in transit through Ireland, must complete a passenger locator form a maximum of 72 hours before arrival in Ireland.
After completing this form travelers will receive an email that contains a receipt. This receipt verifies that travelers have completed the Passenger Locator Form. Travelers will be asked to show this receipt when boarding your plane, ferry, or to border officials. One form should be completed for each traveler aged 18 years or older. Details of children under the age of 18 should be included on a form completed by an adult accompanying them including name, age, and proof of the medical event.
Mandatory proof of vaccination
Travelers who are fully vaccinated must present a vaccination certificate showing that it has passed 7 days after the 2nd dose of Pfizer-BioNTech, 14 days after the 2nd dose of Moderna, 15 days after the 2nd dose of Oxford-AstraZeneca, 14 days after a single dose of Johnson & Johnson (Janssen), 14 days after the 2nd dose of Coronavac (Sinovac), Sinopharm BIBP, or Covaxin.
Starting February 1st, 2022, vaccine certificates will only be accepted for travel if less than 270 days (9 months) have passed since receiving the final dose in the primary vaccine series. There is currently no time limit for vaccine certificates based on booster or additional doses.
Mixed vaccines of any of the previously mentioned are recognized in Ireland as a complete vaccination if at least 14 days have passed after the second dose.
A single dose of any of the above vaccines was administered a maximum of 180 days after a positive COVID-19 RT-PCR test result is also accepted as a full vaccination. Travelers must hold proof of the positive COVID-19 test and the vaccine dose.
Travelers with access to the EU Digital Certificate may use it to present proof.
No quarantine required
Asymptomatic travelers are not required to quarantine on arrival.
While You're There
Masks are mandatory in public
Travelers must wear masks on public transport and some businesses.
COVID-19 Risk Information
Use of mask
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