Coronavirus / COVID-19 Irish Ferries et irishferries.com sont les appellations commerciales pour Irish Ferries Limited, une Société Anonyme à responsabilité limitée par des actions et enregistrée en Irlande. The COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form is now an online form. No. Ireland coronavirus travel ban extended - latest advice from Stena Line and Irish Ferries Most people will not be able to travel from Holyhead to Dublin this year northwales Goods should be transported to and from Europe on direct ferries “for the foreseeable future” to avoid Covid-19 and Brexit delays in Britain, Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney said. The latest information on how Ireland is responding to cases of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Coronavirus: 48-hour ban on all flights from Britain due to fears over new virus strain Flight suspension from midnight, ferries to carry hauliers only; no change for North You can complete this form by clicking on the button below in advance of arriving into the State. The information you provide may be used to contact you in the next 14 days to verify the details given on this form and to provide you with public health advice. The Irish Government has imposed a 48-hour ban on flights from Britain over fears of the spread of a new strain of COVID-19 in areas of the United Kingdom. Irish Ferries will cut ticket prices and increase flexibility for passengers in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Check the latest information on risk from COVID-19 for Ireland on the TravelHealthPro website. Flights or direct ferries from Europe to carry Covid-19 vaccines over Brexit concerns Vaccines to be flown in but UK ‘landbridge’ to be avoided if road travel needed in case of delays Ferries crossing the Irish … Irish Ferries was very careful to use that exact phrase in its correspondence with passengers. d'enregistrement: 9344. Yesterday Stena Line revealed a range of measures as COVID-19 … The Irish cabinet, reports NorthWalesLive, has agreed that the current travel restrictions between Ireland and Britain will remain in place until December 31. Ferry and air travel from the UK to Ireland will be banned for most people until the end of the year.. Dr Gabriel Scally said the traffic ‘needs to stop’ as the UK has no community testing for Covid-19.