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Is A Covid-19 Vaccine Required To Travel To Ireland?

Adult travellers who arrive in Ireland must show either a valid EU Digital Covid Certificate (more details below) or valid proof of vaccination from their home country (if not part of the EU or participating partner countries).

What's the EU Digital Covid Certificate?

An EU Digital Covid Certificate (DCC) is proof that the carrier has either:

  • been vaccinated against Covid-19;

  • received a negative test result;
  • or recovered from Covid-19.

The DCC is not currently available to travellers from the USA and Canada.

What Proof of Vaccination is Needed?

For guests arriving to Ireland from the USA, Canada and elsewhere outside the EU, only official Covid-19 vaccination records showing the correct dose of the above vaccines will gain you entry to Ireland.

Travellers from the USA can show their CDC Vaccination card.

Canadians can bring their paper or digital proofs of vaccination.

What Vaccines Are Approved in the EU?

The following vaccines are approved in the EU:

  • Comirnaty (Pfizer)
  • Janssen (Johnson & Johnson)
  • Spikevax (Moderna)
  • Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca)

We publish the latest news as it emerges on our Coronavirus travel blog

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