Ireland Opens For Non-Essential International Travel
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Ireland Opens For Non-Essential International Travel

At long last! Outbound passengers queue at Aer Lingus check in desks at Dublin Airport Monday while wearing face masks to show their EU Covid vaccine certificates. Today also marks the resumption of quarantine-free travel from the U.S. to Ireland for those with vaccines and certificates to show that they have been vaccinated.

 

By Irish Echo Staff

The Tourism Ireland release headline said something that so many have wanted to hear for so long: “Ireland opening for travel from the U.S. Welcome to be as warm as ever.”

Actually warmer, literally, as Ireland is right now undergoing a high summer heatwave.

But back to that Tourism Ireland release which stated: “Tourism Ireland is pleased to confirm that from July 19th Ireland will be welcoming visitors from the U.S. and for those who are fully vaccinated no travel-related testing or quarantine will be necessary.

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