Ireland has lifted its 14-day quarantine obligation for arrivals from 15 countries including Greece and Cyprus.
Travellers from Greece, Cyprus, Malta, Finland, Norway, Hungary, Italy, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia, Greenland, Gibraltar, Monaco and San Marino, will no longer need to quarantine when entering Ireland.
The list will be reviewed every fortnight.
“We’re looking at countries that may effectively become hotspots for Covid-19 in the months ahead, or indeed regions within countries, and looking at ways in which we can deal with that risk,” Irish Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney said on Wednesday.
“The message is still clear, the safest thing to do is not to take your holidays abroad, look after your family, spend your money at home and holiday at home,” he added.