The Department of Foreign Affairs is the body with statutory responsibility for travel advise in Ireland.
Please find a link in relation to travelling to Ireland updated on November 30th.
publication/b4020-travelling- to-ireland-during-the-covid- 19-pandemic/#post-arrival- testing-of-passengers
With effect from midnight 29 November 2020 Passengers arriving from an “orange” or “red” or “grey” region are to restrict their movements for 14 days.
This period of restricted movement can end if you receive a negative/’not detected’ result of a PCR test that has been taken a minimum of five days after your arrival in Ireland. You should wait for your negative test result to be returned before ending the period of restricted movements.
This ‘traffic lights’ approach provides for regions across the European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA) to be categorised as green, orange, red or grey, on the basis of the risk levels associated with COVID-19. A combined indicator map will be published each week by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), based on agreed criteria, including the 14-day cumulative incidence rate, testing rate and testing positivity rates.
This is the latest information on travel and like all things relating to Covid 19 is subject to change. We would recommend referring to these sites for further updates.