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Travelling to Ireland from Canada

My wife and I have both been double vaccinated ( Pfizer) here in Canada and we have our certificates. We'll be travelling to Ireland in late October, 2021.

From my reading on the gov.ie website, I believe we only need to show our certificates indicating we've been double vaccinated. There is no need for a PCR test.

Has anyone recently flown to Ireland from Canada and am I correct that we only need the certs ??

Thanks

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I used Sherp to help figure out what I needed, as it changes minute by minute I found their site very helpfull. There is a link on the British Airways website. You need: what nationality you are, what country your passport is from, where your flying from and to and if you have anylay overs. What documents are needed depends on all those answers. Plan on needed a covid test in both directions, better to have all your bases covered.

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I believe that you will have looked at https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/77952-government-advice-on-international-travel/

You will have seen:

Travel restrictions for passengers arriving into Ireland from outside
EU + Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland Please note: This
includes those arriving from Great Britain.

If you are travelling to Ireland from abroad you must fill out a
Passenger Locator Form before departure.

If you have valid proof of vaccination (see above), no travel-related
testing or quarantine will be necessary.

That sounds like your situation.

I believe that your prior conclusion is correct. Don't forget your PLF.