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Do u have to quarantine if you go to Republic of Ireland for 3 days and come back to England? Or when ur there?
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You have to restrict your movements while in Ireland, that's not the same as quarantining though
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You have to restrict your movements while in Ireland, that's not the same as quarantining though
You have to quarantine in Ireland for 14 days.
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You have to quarantine in Ireland for 14 days.
(Original post by Sinnoh)
You have to restrict your movements while in Ireland, that's not the same as quarantining though
Quarantine or restrict Movements in Ireland which one I’m confused? How about when u come to England then do u quarantine?
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Quarantine or restrict Movements in Ireland which one I’m confused? How about when u come to England then do u quarantine?
The Irish government specifically calls it "restricting your movement" where they advise you to stay at home as much as possible and avoid using public transport. It's not quite as strict as if you developed symptoms where they say you can only go outside at all if your home doesn't have an outdoor space.
You have to remain in Ireland for 14 days and hand in a form upon arrival giving your contact details and address, but they do not check this on the way back.
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The Irish government specifically calls it "restricting your movement" where they advise you to stay at home as much as possible and avoid using public transport. It's not quite as strict as if you developed symptoms where they say you can only go outside at all if your home doesn't have an outdoor space.
You have to remain in Ireland for 14 days and hand in a form upon arrival giving your contact details and address, but they do not check this on the way back.
Current information for arriving in Ireland is here:
https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/b4...l-advice-list/

... which states explicitly that "you do not need to remain in the country for 14 days."

You don't (currently) need to self-isolate on returning to England, see
https://www.gov.uk/government/public...k-border-rules
as you will not have left the Common Travel Area (unless you've been in the CTA for less than 14 days).
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... which states explicitly that "you do not need to remain in the country for 14 days."
my bad. Yeah they'd hardly complain about someone leaving the country too soon
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(Original post by Sinnoh)
The Irish government specifically calls it "restricting your movement" where they advise you to stay at home as much as possible and avoid using public transport. It's not quite as strict as if you developed symptoms where they say you can only go outside at all if your home doesn't have an outdoor space.
You have to remain in Ireland for 14 days and hand in a form upon arrival giving your contact details and address, but they do not check this on the way back.
(Original post by martin7)
Current information for arriving in Ireland is here:
https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/b4...l-advice-list/

... which states explicitly that "you do not need to remain in the country for 14 days."

You don't (currently) need to self-isolate on returning to England, see
https://www.gov.uk/government/public...k-border-rules
as you will not have left the Common Travel Area (unless you've been in the CTA for less than 14 days).
Oh right thank you so much both! So basically I can go to Ireland for 3 days and ‘restrict my movement’ and come back England normally without needing to quarantine there or when I’m back- right?

thanks again I found it so confused looking it up on google cos there was so much information on Northern Ireland not republic
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Oh right thank you so much both! So basically I can go to Ireland for 3 days and ‘restrict my movement’ and come back England normally without needing to quarantine there or when I’m back- right?

thanks again I found it so confused looking it up on google cos there was so much information on Northern Ireland not republic
Yeah
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Yeah
Thanks a lot
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