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COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

For Irish citizens requiring assistance or advice in a genuine consular emergency, the Embassy Duty Officer can be contacted on +372 5690 8340. We will continue to deal with all other queries via email.


Travel Advice:


The Irish Government has announced that, with effect from 16 January, passengers arriving into Ireland from all countries will be required to show a negative result of a pre-departure PCR test, taken within 72 hours of arrival in the State. A list of service providers for COVID-19 testing can be found here under the section ‘Can I pay to have a coronavirus test?’


For the latest Travel Advice and detailed information on COVID-19, please see the Overview Tab on the Travel Advice page of our website. Please also follow us on Twitter and Facebook and see the Department of Foreign Affairs Travel Advice page.




Given the current situation caused by the escalation of the COVID-19 crisis in Ireland, please be aware that only applications for certain categories of visas will be considered at the moment. Further information can be found on our visa page.



The Embassy Tallinn Team

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