The Minister for Health Stephen Donnellu has outlined regulations that will be put into place on Friday for people wishing to come into Ireland from abroad.
A 14-day mandatory quarantine will be imposed at a cost to an incoming passenger, to stay at one of 33 designated states, a total of €1,875 for 12 nights.
It’s undeestood that the rules will also apply to any passenger who arrives into the State without the required negative PCR test for Covid-19 and that a day rate of a further €150 per person will be applied up to a further 10 days should the passenger test positive during quarantine.
Exemptions will be rare and strict, predominantly for people who are terminally ill.
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