Read Legenda Explanation. This page for Ireland has been latest updated at 2020-03-28 18:04:59

Timeline and information

The Republic of Ireland advises its citizens against all non-essential travel overseas and domestic.

On March 25, anyone entering Ireland from another country - apart from Northern Ireland, have to self-isolate for 14 days. Earlier, Ireland already announced the closure of its schools and universities until March 29.

The government of Ireland on March 26, has announced the closure of its schools and universities until 29 March. The country urges people to stay inside as much as possible and to social distance from other people.

Ireland is the latest European Union country to take big measures against the further spreading of the coronavirus. No travel bans have been imposed yet.

Disclaimer: We are publishing information verified by multiple local news organizations and press releases and/or conferences by governments. We will always verify and try to double-check all restrictions. Information and rules are changing rapidly and could be already outdated by the time you read this. Check always with your own government before intending to go abroad. All information published on this page is how it would affect travelers and tourism in Ireland. Please support us by contacting us when things have changed.

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Current Restriction Level: High

Last validated on March 28, 2020:

28 March: Ireland ordered everyone to stay at home as of this Saturday. People may only go outside to do the necessary grocery shopping or for medical reasons.


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Reported Deaths
Latest update April 05, 2020 [Source]

Latest News Updates

We decreased the level of restrictions of Ireland from Moderate to Low [..]

March 24, 2020

We increased the level of restrictions of Ireland from Unknown to Moderate [..]

March 24, 2020

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