The government has postponed the introduction of PCR and antigen testing for air and sea passengers arriving in Ireland until today.
The measure was due to go into effect today, but an Aer Lingus spokesman told RTÉ News that the government told him last night that the regulations would be postponed until then.
The government has postponed the test requirement to allow passengers and airlines to prepare for the measure.
It’s understood that passengers would be given more time to get a PCR test and result before traveling to Ireland.
The Ministser of Transportation said anyone entering the state after midnight must show an antigen test or a PCR test that does not indicate the presence of Covid-19.
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