A Thousand Welcomes


This morning.

Dublin Airport arrivals.

From today, visitors arriving in Ireland must fill out a mandatory Passenger Locator Form to ‘help with contact tracing’.


Anyone entering the country from abroad must provide details of where they intend to stay for the following 14 days, and they will be asked to self-isolate at that location.

Those who arrive in the Republic of Ireland and travel immediately onwards to the North will only have to fill out their name and signature on the form.

Failure to fill out the form will be punishable by a fine of up to €2,500 or up to six months in prison.

Oh yes.

Playing a blinder.

Mandatory passenger locator form comes into effect from today (RTÉ)

Leah Farrell/RollingNews

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3 thoughts on “A Thousand Welcomes

  1. Madam X

    How many forms will go missing if there is a rise in certain places linked to visitors. ?? cynical me

  2. V'ness

    Does this mean I can go Dublin to Stanstead, Sanstead to Porto
    to Luke
    and when I get back give them the address of the ‘van


  3. H

    Does that include visitors from the UK, as visitors from Ireland are exempt from the UK scheme.

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