This Passenger Locator Form is to be filled in by passengers arriving to the State from overseas. The information you provide may be used to contact you in the next 14 days for the purposes of verifying the details given on this form and to provide you with public health advice on behalf of the Minister of Health Ireland or on behalf of the Minister of Health, Northern Ireland. This form may also be used for the purposes of contact tracing in relation to confirmed or suspected cases of Covid-19.

The form may also be used for enforcement by An Garda Síochána of mandatory quarantine regulations enacted by the Minister for Health under the Health Act 1947.

If you have not done so already please read the information on the Passenger Locator Form at

Government advice on travelling to Ireland during the COVID-19 pandemic is published at

Passengers who arrive to the State through a port or airport should present a valid email receipt.

From 16 January 2021, all passengers arriving in Ireland are required to have evidence of a not-detected/negative PCR test taken up to 72 hours prior to arrival into Ireland. You will be required to produce this evidence to Immigration Officers on arrival at points of entry to the State. Failure to have this evidence is an offence and may be subject to prosecution, punishable by a fine not exceeding €4,000 or imprisonment for a term not exceeding 6 months or both.

International Transport Workers, including workers in aviation, maritime and road haulage sectors are exempt from this requirement where they are travelling in the course of performing their duties. Children aged 6 and under are also exempt from this requirement. There are a very limited number of other exemptions; further information on