Passenger Locator Forms: The Minister for Health signed Regulations which will ensure the Covid-19 Passenger Locator Form is only available online in electronic format. From Monday 12th July 2021 passengers will be required to present evidence of a completed COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form as a pre-boarding requirement when travelling to Ireland.
The COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form will be updated from Monday 12th July onwards to:
- only be available online and
- will also be a pre-departure boarding requirement when travelling to Ireland
Important Information: A New Electronic Passenger Locator Form is now available online
If you are travelling into Ireland from overseas, including Irish citizens, you are legally required by the Irish Government to complete a COVID 19 Passenger Locator Form. To make things easier, a new electronic Passenger Locator Form is now available online here.
You MUST complete this form 48 hours prior to your arrival in the country.
Once completed, you will receive an automated email containing up-to-date Public Health Advice, recommendations and a receipt of your submission.
This email is to be presented to an immigration officer upon your arrival into Shannon Airport as evidence of your submission.
During the 14 days following your arrival the information on the Form may be used:
to provide you with public health information,
to contact you to verify that the information on the form is correct and
for the purpose of contact tracing in relation to confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19.
To complete the new Electronic Passenger Locator Form, click here
The public health measures that apply to all of the population in Ireland, will also apply to all arriving passengers. You can get more information at www.gov.ie/covid19
*Please note you are legally required by the Irish authorities to complete the COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form. It is a penal offence not to complete the form in the manner specified. It is an offence to provide false or misleading information on the form.
If you are travelling into Ireland from any other country you will also be required to self-isolate for 14 days.
This includes Irish citizens coming home. Self-isolation means staying indoors and completely avoiding contact with other people. Read about how to self-isolate.