Travel Advice related to COVID-19
This page contains information about:
- Travel Advice
- Where to find advice if you have recently entered Ireland
- Links to official sources of information about Covid-19
- Links to airlines
- Information about the Department's role
The Department's travel advice for over 200 countries is regularly updated. You can keep up-to-date by:
- Visiting our Travel Advice
- Following our @DFATravelWise Twitter account
If you are abroad, please remain vigilant and follow the instructions and advice from the local authorities.
If you register your contact details with us we can contact you and provide assistance if there is an unforeseen crisis or family emergency while you are overseas. You can register your details on our Citizens' Registration site.
Where to find advice if you have recently entered Ireland
If you have recently entered Ireland from anywhere other than Northern Ireland, you should follow the Health Service Executive's advice.
Links to official sources of information about Covid-19
The following links take you to websites providing additional information and advice about COVID-19.
- HSE – Ireland's Health Service Executive
- HPSC – Ireland's Health Protection Surveillance Centre
- European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control
- World Health Organisation
- European Commission
Links to airline websites
Disruption of flights should be expected in view of the ongoing reduction in many international flight services due to COVID-19. If you are concerned that flights you have booked might be cancelled, please contact your airline.
Links to the Aer Lingus and Ryanair websites are provided below.
Information about the Department's role
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade operates 90 Embassies and Consulates worldwide. Our diplomatic network is providing support to Irish citizens overseas who have been impacted by the spread of COVID-19. Contact details for our Embassies and Consulates can been found here.
We regularly update our travel advice for over 200 countries to make sure our travel advice is up-to-date and accurate. In addition to monitoring international developments closely, we are also in ongoing contact with the World Health Organisation, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, the HSE, and other relevant organisations.