TO TRAVEL TO IRELAND
COVID-19 travel restrictions have been lifted in Ireland.
From 6 March, 2022, travellers are no longer required to provide proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative PCR test result.
Travellers to Ireland are no longer asked to complete a COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form and travellers will not be asked to provide a PLF receipt before departure.
There are no post-arrival quarantine or testing requirements for travellers.
Any individual that develops COVID-19 symptoms while in Ireland should follow the HSE guidance in relation to isolation and undertake antigen or PCR testing as appropriate.
PUBLIC HEALTHCARE MEASURES IN IRELAND
With effect from Monday 28 February:
- the mandatory requirement to wear masks will be removed, while the public health advice that masks should continue to be worn on public transport and in healthcare settings remains
- advice in relation to COVID-19 symptoms, cases and close contacts is changing
- critical components of our collective response remain – rapid isolation if you are symptomatic, completing your vaccination course, continuing to manage risk for yourself and others who are more vulnerable
The most updated information about the current measures is available here.
Radisson Hotels has activated our corporate crisis response teams worldwide and has strong processes and support teams in place. Along with a team of experts, we have reviewed our existing health and safety processes and developed the Radisson Hotels Safety Protocol (e-brochure). This in-depth cleanliness and disinfection protocol was created in partnership with SGS and is designed to ensure your safety and peace of mind from check-in to check-out. The 20-step protocol for hotels and 10-step protocol for meeting and events space has been introduced and recommended to all hotel locations. Each of our hotels has also been equipped with resources and educational materials on how to handle suspected or confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) or lockdown for quarantine purposes in cooperation with the local authorities.
We are continuously monitoring and following the changes in recommendations and guidelines of the local governments and the local health authorities in the countries we operate in, to continue working towards providing the best service possible while safeguarding the safety of our guests and associates, within the requirements issued by such local authorities.
The availability of food service, pools, fitness centers, and other amenities may be disrupted at your destination hotel. In accordance with governmental guidelines, some hotels may only be open to essential workers and can only be reserved by calling the property directly.