COVID-19 and travel to Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland's tourism industry has reopened for those who are permitted to travel on domestic breaks across Great Britain and Northern Ireland. There is no quarantine in place for individuals travelling from Great Britain to Northern Ireland, although there may be some local requirements or restrictions. Always check here for the latest information.
However, please note that the authorities in the Republic of Ireland are currently advising against non-essential travel and 14-day quarantine measures are still in place for those travelling from Great Britain to the Republic of Ireland.
Across the island of Ireland, public health advice states that we must continue to keep two metres distance from others where possible and a minimum distance of one metre at all times.
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