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#1 23-05-2020 11:29:26


Coronavirus: Republic introduces new measures for passengers

Coronavirus: Republic introduces new measures for passengers

All passengers arriving into the Republic of Ireland are to be legally required to complete a passenger locator form.

From next week, the Irish government is making it mandatory for all travellers arriving in Ireland to provide an address
to police.

The regulations will be in force from Thursday 28 May until 18 June, when they will be reviewed.

The plan does not affect cross-border travel from Northern Ireland.

The Irish government continues to advise Irish citizens and residents against all non-essential international travel,
and passengers arriving into Ireland from overseas are asked to self-isolate for 14 days.

The form will need to be partially completed by people arriving in Ireland from overseas for onward travel to
Northern Ireland.

Minister for Health Simon Harris said: "These are extraordinary measures but they are necessary in a time of
a public health crisis.

"We continue to advise everyone against non-essential travel.

"However, if a person does arrive into Ireland, they will legally obliged to fill out this form, regardless
of their nationality."

The restriction will apply to all those arriving into the country at ports and airports.

It will be an offence not to fill in a passenger location form.

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