They’re coming just at the right time.
New digital Covid certificates are to be issued in Ireland this week to reflect the booster vaccines.
The new, updated Covid certs will be issued automatically to anyone that has received a booster vaccine in recent months, the minister for health said. The European Union is applying a maximum of nine months validity to covid certs, “based on a completed primary vaccination course”.
Minister Stephen Donnelly has also mentioned that people can request a Digital Covid Cert of Recovery if they have recovered from Coronavirus within the last 6 months.
In addition to this, the Department of Health has also confirmed that fully vaccinated travellers coming into Ireland will no longer require a negative PCR/antigen test, effective from midnight last night.
Unvaccinated travellers, however, will still need to show proof of a negative PCR test taken 72 hours before arrival into the country.