COVID-19 Travel Frequently Asked Questions
Publication09 June 2021
This information is current as of June 09, 2021
If your query is related to travel to or from Ireland from a country other than the UAE, Qatar, Kuwait or Afghanistan, please contact your nearest Embassy or Consulate for assistance.
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Government advice to avoid non-essential travel, and related penalties will remain in place until 18 July. As and from 19 July this will be changed to advise citizens to travel safely and in accordance with public health guidance and restrictions.
You may be asked the purpose of travelling to Ireland at immigration. Classification of essential travel is determined by the Border Management Unit at your point of entry to the State. The Embassy cannot advise if your reasons for travelling will be considered essential.
The UAE was listed as a Category 2 country on 12 February. Qatar was added to the list on 2 April. Afghanistan was added on the 8 June. The following requirements apply to anyone travelling from designated Category 2 countries to Ireland, including transit passengers, even if they remain airside:
- Evidence of a negative or ‘not detected’ result from a COVID-19 Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) test carried out no more than 72 hours before arrival into Ireland.
- Completed Passenger Locator Form
- Completion of mandatory quarantine at a designated hotel - regardless of a negative PCR test result.
Pre-departure Covid-19 RT-PCR test
From 16 January, all passengers arriving in Ireland from all countries are required to show a negative result of a pre-departure PCR test taken within 72 hours of arrival in the State, or have evidence of exemption from this legal requirement. Children aged six and under are exempt.
Passengers who arrive in Ireland without a negative PCR test result from a test carried out no more than 72 hours before arrival in Ireland are required to complete mandatory quarantine in a designated hotel.
Information on PCR testing locations in the UAE, Qatar and Kuwait is available here.
Passenger Locator Form
All passengers arriving to Ireland from overseas are legally obliged to complete a Public Health Passenger Locator Form in advance of arrival. Exemptions are in place for providers of essential supply chain services such as hauliers, pilots and maritime staff. You will have to fill out a portion of the form if you are travelling on to Northern Ireland.
Mandatory Hotel Quarantine
All passengers arriving into Ireland from designated states for mandatory hotel quarantine are required to pre-book accommodation in a quarantine hotel, and to pre-pay for their stay.
For queries related to mandatory hotel quarantine, a dedicated information line is available Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm (GMT+1) at +353 1 613 1744
The onus is on passengers to check and verify requirements before travelling to Ireland. Information on mandatory hotel quarantine is available on the Government of Ireland website.
If you must travel to Ireland, you should closely follow the Irish Government Advice Page for the latest updates.
The booking portal for mandatory hotel quarantine is available to access at www.gov.ie/quarantine
Your airline may not permit you to board your flight without evidence of pre-booked hotel quarantine.
Full details of the current arrangements in respect of Mandatory Hotel Quarantine are at: gov.ie/quarantine.
Costs per traveller
If a passenger, who needs to travel to Ireland, finds themselves in financial difficulty or unable to make a mandatory quarantine booking what should they do?
All travellers are required to pay for their mandatory quarantine. Any Irish citizen who finds themselves in difficulty abroad should in the first instance contact us at the Embassy for advice.
The Minister for Health has signed regulations introducing exemptions from the requirement for Mandatory Hotel Quarantine. The new exemptions apply to:
- Passengers who are transiting in Ireland who do not leave the port or airport before leaving the state.
- a person who has completed a full course of an EMA approved vaccine (further details below)
- persons travelling to the State to compete in a Sports Ireland certified sports event
- an adult resident of Ireland who is accompanying a child who was not born in the State and has never previously been in Ireland, travelling for the purpose of becoming ordinarily resident in Ireland
- a person who is returning to Ireland having gone abroad for unavoidable, imperative and time-sensitive medical reasons and in possession of medical certification of this
Arrangements for passengers fully vaccinated with approved COVID-19 vaccines
Arrivals seeking to avail of this exemption must have documentary evidence of having received a full course of one of the following vaccines and have completed the final dose of that vaccine a sufficient period prior to travel to Ireland to be regarded as fully vaccinated. Only these vaccines, which are the equivalent of those approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), are acceptable in order to qualify for this exemption.
|Type of vaccine||You are regarded as fully vaccinated|
|Pfizer-BioNtech Vaccine: BNT162b2 (Comirnaty®)||7 days after 2nd dose|
|Moderna Vaccine: CX-024414 (Moderna®)||14 days after 2nd dose|
|Oxford-AstraZeneca Vaccine: ChAdOx1-SARS-COV-2 (Vaxzevria® or Covishield)||15 days after 2nd dose|
|Johnson & Johnson/Janssen Vaccine: Ad26.COV2-S [recombinant] (Janssen®)||14 days after single dose|
Other exemptions to Mandatory Hotel Quarantine
There are limited number of exemptions from the mandatory hotel quarantine which are outlined on the Irish Government website.
Can I appeal the requirement to do Mandatory Hotel Quarantine?
The Embassy cannot exempt any passenger from completing mandatory hotel quarantine and you will need to make a booking for Mandatory Hotel Quarantine in order to travel to Ireland. Passengers will be required to show proof of their booking before boarding flights to Ireland. If you fall into the category of person travelling required to quarantine on arrival, it is an offence if you travel to Ireland without making the booking in advance, without reasonable excuse. You should be aware that on arrival in Ireland, you may be requested to enter and pay for mandatory hotel quarantine.
If you do not meet the criteria for an exemption you must book and pre-pay for a place in mandatory hotel quarantine in advance of travel. If you believe that you are not required to undergo quarantine or you are required to leave quarantine early, you may request to appeal decisions relating to quarantine, and for leaving quarantine under exceptional circumstances (such as medical emergencies or for humanitarian reasons). Once you arrive in your hotel, you may request a review – reviews cannot be requested before travelling. Reviews can only be considered for the limited reasons set out in the relevant legislation. The SLO (Irish Defence Forces) in your hotel can provide further information on how to apply. Further details are available here.
What are the requirements if I am travelling to Ireland from a non-designated countries OR if I am exempt from Mandatory Hotel Quarantine?
The Irish Government is advising against all non-essential travel, and related penalties will remain in place until 18 July. The following applies to passengers who have not been present in, transited via or travelled from a Designated State in the 14 days prior to arrival in Ireland or are exempt from Mandatory Hotel Quarantine;
- Evidence of a negative or ‘not detected’ result from a COVID-19 Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) test carried out no more than 72 hours before arrival into Ireland (see details above).
- Completed Passenger Locator Form (see details above)
- Certification of Vaccination (for exemption on grounds of being fully vaccinated with EMA-approved vaccine)
- Complete period of Home Quarantine
- Book a free HSE COVID-19 test
- Proof of essential travel
Certification of Vaccination
Certification of Vaccination for the purposes of this exemption means a record or evidence in written or electronic form in the Irish language or the English language, or, where in a language other than the Irish or English language, an official translation into the Irish or English language, that contains the following information:
- confirmation that the person to whom the certification applies is a vaccinated person;
- the date or dates on which the person was vaccinated;
- the body in the state concerned implementing the vaccination programme (howsoever described) on behalf of that state that administered or caused to be administered the vaccination to the person concerned;
A person who is exempt from mandatory hotel quarantine or released from hotel quarantine early is still legally required to have a negative pre-departure RT-PCR test and to complete a period of self-quarantine at home/at the address given on the Passenger Locator Form.
Do I still have to do home quarantine if I am exempt from Mandatory Hotel Quarantine?
All passengers arriving into Ireland from countries not on the list of designated states for mandatory hotel quarantine are legally required to quarantine for 14-days at the address specified on the Passenger Locator Form. This includes:
- Irish citizens coming home
- people with no symptoms
- people who have tested negative for the virus in a red or grey region prior to arrival
- people who have received COVID-19 vaccinations
- dependents travelling with a person who is exempt from Mandaotry Hotel Quarantine
- persons who travel from another country to Ireland and arrive via Northern Ireland
Failure to comply with mandatory quarantine is an offence and individuals who fail to comply can be fined up to €2,500 or receive a prison sentence of up to 6 months, or both.
If you come to Ireland from any country not deemed 'high risk' you must quarantine at home - provided you have a negative or 'not detected' PCR test. You may leave to take a RT-PCR test no less than 5 days after your arrival. If you receive written confirmation that the result of this test is negative/ ‘not detected’ your period of quarantine can end. These requirements are also in place for dependants travelling with a person undergoing home quarantine.
There are limited number of exemptions from the mandatory quarantine
Further advice for people who have recently returned from abroad is available from the HSE.
General public health advice on travel to Ireland, including a link to Ireland’s COVID tracker app, is available here.
The Department of Health has confirmed that unvaccinated dependants travelling with a fully vaccinated person who is exempt from MHQ are also exempt from mandatory hotel quarantine and can quarantine at home/at the address given on the Passenger Locator Form. As per the Health (Amendment) Act 2021, only the following are considered dependants in this regard:
(a) a child under the age of 18, or
(b) a person who is 18 years or over and is suffering from a mental or physical disability to such an extent that it is not reasonably possible for him or her to look after himself or herself fully
Can I travel to Northern Ireland via Ireland from a designated state?
Anyone arriving into Ireland to travel on to Northern Ireland who has been in or through a designated State in the previous 14 days is obliged to enter mandatory quarantine in a designated facility and to pre-book it in advance, unless they meet the exemption requirements as outlined by the Department of Health.
Separate quarantine procedures are in place for international travellers entering Northern Ireland. Further information is available from NI Direct.
Can I travel to Ireland from a designated state via Northern Ireland?
Anyone arriving overland into Ireland from Northern Ireland who has been in or through a designated State in the previous 14 days is responsible for making their own way to their pre-booked designated quarantine hotel within 4 hours, unless they meet the exemption requirements as outlined by the Department of Health.
Please note that the UK also has mandatory hotel quarantine requirements which the traveller may be required to fulfil before arriving into Ireland or Northern Ireland.
Can I transit through Ireland to the UK from a designated state?
At present, passengers travelling via Ireland to the UK from high-risk Category 2 countries will be permitted to transit if:
- Their onward travel is on the same day
- They have evidence of a negative or ‘not detected’ result from a COVID-19 Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) test carried out no more than 72 hours before arrival into Ireland.
However, if neither of the above criteria are met, passengers will be subject to Mandatory Hotel Quarantine at a designated hotel.
This is subject to change at short notice and you may wish to consider alternative travel routes.
I want to submit an application for an Irish visa. Can I still apply?
As part of the Irish Government's COVID-19 Measures, the Embassy are not accepting any visa applications, except for cases that fall under the Emergency/Priority criteria. Please refer to notice dated 29 January 2021 on the Immigration Service Delivery website http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/visas-updates
Ireland visa queries may be sent by submitted via the Contact Us form at the end of the page.
I hold a passport from a visa exempt country, can I travel to Ireland?
The Irish Governments advises against all non-essential foreign travel.
From 28 January, nationals of the following countries will require either a visa or a transit visa with immediate effect:
Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, South Africa, Suriname, Uruguay.
Please contact the Visa Team for further assistance via the Contact Us form at the end of the page.
The Irish Government is advising all Irish citizens against non-essential foreign travel. Anyone returning to Ireland from the UAE will be legally required to quarantine at a designated hotel for upon arrival, with limited exemptions.
All UAE international airports are open to UAE citizens, residents and tourists. Irish passport holders can get a 30-day visit visa waiver on arrival in the UAE. The Covid-19 testing and quarantine requirements vary in each emirate. Please see further advice below.
You should be aware of the possibility of flight changes or cancellations with limited notice, particularly for transit flights, and should contact the airline to confirm travel details and transit rules.
Special requirements may be in place if you are transiting through certain countries, such as the Netherlands or France. You should confirm transit rules with your airline prior to travel.
It is mandatory to wear facemasks in public in the UAE and to adhere to social distancing measures. You should monitor local media and comply with the directions of local authorities.
Can I transit through the UAE?
Passenger transfer services through the UAE are operating. All passengers transiting through Abu Dhabi or Dubai when travelling to Ireland will be required to display a negative result from a PCR test conducted in the 72 hours prior to their arrival time in Ireland. Children aged six and under are exempt from PCR testing. Please see the Etihad or Emirates website or contact your travel provider for further information.
Anyone travelling to Ireland who has transited through the UAE will be legally required to quarantine at a designated hotel upon arrival, with limited exemptions. Please see further information on the Government of Ireland website
Testing requirements change frequently and we strongly urge all passengers to double-check the requirements for COVID testing with their airline prior to travel.
I am an Irish citizen and I need to update or change my UAE visa status. Can I do this?
Updates on UAE visas during Covid-19 can be found on the UAE Information and Services website.
If you have any questions on the validity or expiry of your visa, or on change of visa status (e.g. from a residency visa to a visit visa) you should contact UAE immigration (ICA for visas issued by Abu Dhabi and other emirates; and GDRFA for visas issued by Dubai). In Dubai you can also call also call AMER on 800 5111 or +97143139999 or visit one of the AMER centres located around Dubai.
If your UAE residency visa has been cancelled, you will need to leave the UAE within 30 days or change the status of your visa to remain in the country legally and to avoid fines.
Do you have any information on vaccines?
Irish citizens resident in the UAE, Qatar, Kuwait or Afghanistan are advised to monitor information from the local health authorities about the rollout of COVID-19 vaccination programmes in the country where they reside.
We advise those considering vaccination to carefully review information published by the national and international health authorities, such as the WHO, and to seek medical advice where necessary.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) regulates vaccines for use in Ireland. At present, the Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna, Oxford/AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines have been approved by the European Medicines Agency. Further information is available on the website of the Health Service Executive (HSE).
The latest information on requirements for travelling to Ireland during the Covid-19 pandemic is available on the gov.ie website.
Further information on vaccination in the UAE is available from the local authorities, and on the UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention website, on the Dubai Health Authority website and on the SEHA (Abu Dhabi Health Authority) website.
What are the Dubai requirements for COVID-19 testing prior to travel?
From 31 January, UAE Residents and visitors flying to Dubai required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate that is valid for 72hrs from the date of the test before departure, regardless of the country they are coming from. Arrivals from some countries may be required to undergo an additional PCR test on landing in the Dubai.
Requirements can vary depending on the departure and arrival destination. You should confirm the latest requirements on the Emirates website or check with your travel provider for confirmation prior to travel.
Testing requirements change frequently and we strongly urge all passengers to double-check the requirements for COVID testing with their airline prior to travel.
What quarantine measures are in place on arrival in Dubai?
Quarantine is not required for those who take a PCR test prior to travelling. If you experience any COVID-19 symptoms, you should quarantine immediately.
Any passenger flying into Dubai for onward travel to Abu Dhabi will need to comply with the Abu Dhabi guidelines.
Quarantine guidelines for travellers to Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah are available for the UAE Government Information website. There are alternative quarantine guidelines for passengers arriving at Ras Al Khaimah.
What are the requirements for international travel to Abu Dhabi?
The Irish Government is advising all Irish citizens against non-essential foreign travel. Anyone returning to Ireland from the UAE will be legally required to quarantine at a designated hotel upon arrival.
From 24 December, international passengers arriving in Abu Dhabi are required to:
Present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result received within 96 hours of the scheduled departure at check in. Children under 12 and people with severe and moderate disabilities are exempt from COVID-19 PCR testing before departure.
Download the UAE’s ALHOSN Covid-19 tracking app.
Take a second PCR test on arrival in Abu Dhabi.
Passengers travelling directly to another emirate after arriving in Abu Dhabi should adhere to the requirements of the destination emirate. Quarantine guidelines for travellers to Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah are available on the UAE Government Information website. There are alternative quarantine guidelines for passengers travelling to Ras Al Khaimah.
Tourists and non-vaccinated UAE residents
- Passengers arriving from UAE Green List countries should self-isolate at home or in their hotel room until receiving a negative result from the PCR test taken on arrival. Further PCR tests should be taken on day 6 and day 12.
- Passengers arriving from countries not on the Green List will be required to self-isolate at home or in their hotel room for 10 days and wear a medically-approved tracking wristband. There are exemptions for those under 18, over 69 or suffering from a chronic disease. A further PCR test should be taken on day 8. The wristband will be removed on day 10 if the day 8 result is negative.
Vaccinated UAE Residents
New guidelines for vaccinated UAE residents and citizens came into effect from 3 May.
- Passengers with a vaccine report in the Al Hosn App arriving from UAE Green List countries do not need to quarantine and should take a further PCR test on day 6.
- Vaccinated passengers arriving from countries not on the Green List will be required to self-isolate at home for 5 days. A further PCR test should be taken on day 4.
You should follow the directions of the UAE authorities on arrival. If you are travelling from a country considered to be high-risk or the authorities deem your accommodation to be unsuitable, you may be required to quarantine in a government facility.
Can I enter the emirate of Abu Dhabi by road?
Restrictions on entry by road to the emirate of Abu Dhabi have been in place since 2 June. The Abu Dhabi government announced that from 1 February, entry to the emirate will be granted to those able to demonstrate receipt of a negative PCR Covid-19 test result taken within the previous 48 hours OR a negative DPI laser test result taken within the previous 24 hours. Those who enter Abu Dhabi and stay in the emirate for four or more consecutive days are required to take a PCR test on day 4 and if staying for 8 or more consecutive days are required to take a PCR test on day 8.
Residents who enter Abu Dhabi with a negative DPI test result must take a PCR test on day 3, if staying in the emirate for 48 hours or more, and an additional PCR test on day 7, if staying in the emirate for 7 days or more.
Failure to take PCR tests on the appointed days can result in fines and penalties.
If you are entering Abu Dhabi to get a flight from Abu Dhabi International Airport it is recommended that you allow sufficient time for delays at the border.
UAE citizens and residents participating in Phase Three of the vaccine trials or the National Vaccination Programme are exempt from testing requirements to enter Abu Dhabi.
International passengers arriving in Dubai and travelling to the emirate of Abu Dhabi should adhere to the updated guidelines for international arrivals to Abu Dhabi published on 3 May. Visitors entering Abu Dhabi from non-green list countries will be required to quarantine if they have been in the UAE for less than 10 days. Entry to the emirate will be granted to travellers able to demonstrate receipt of a negative PCR test taken within the previous 48 hours. International visitors entering the emirate of Abu Dhabi by road should take PCR tests on day 6 and day 12.
Permission to enter the emirate of Abu Dhabi is at the discretion of UAE authorities.
I am an Irish citizen in Qatar – can I leave?
According to Qatar’s Travel and Return Policy during COVID-19, Qatar citizens and residents can travel abroad at any time, provided they adhere to the travel and return policy. The policy advises employees to consult with their employer/sponsor about their proposed dates of travel and return.
Qatar was added to the list of designated Category 2 countries on 2 April. Anyone returning to Ireland from, or transiting through, Qatar will be legally required to quarantine at a designated hotel upon arrival, with limited exemptions. Please see further information on the Government of Ireland website.
The UK announced on 15 March that Qatar has been added to its red list and that commercial flights from Qatar to England will be suspended from 19 March.
I am a Qatar resident but currently abroad. Can I return to Qatar?
The Qatar authorities announced procedures to facilitate the return of Qatar residents abroad from 1 August. Qatar ID holders must receive approval to travel to Qatar in advance of booking their travel. The application for permission to enter Qatar must be made by the employer or sponsor. The granting of approval to return to Qatar is at the discretion of Qatari authorities. Applications for approval must be submitted through the Qatar Portal.
From 29 November, any resident leaving Qatar will automatically receive their Exceptional Entry Permit, and there will no longer be a need to apply through the Qatar Portal website. This permit will be available to print from the Ministry of Interior website once the departure has been registered.
The Ministry of Public Health announced that effective 25 April, all travellers to Qatar need to present a negative Covid-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to their scheduled arrival time in Doha. This test must be taken at a medical centre approved by the local Ministry of Health in the country they come from. If you are planning to travel to the Qatar, you should consult official published guidelines and confirm requirements with your airline or travel provider.
It is mandatory to download the Ehteraz app and to sign a declaration to adhere to home quarantine of seven days. Guidelines on home quarantine can be found here. On the sixth day, the traveller must visit a dedicated health centre to get another PCR test. If the result is negative, the quarantine requirement will end after seven days. The status on the Ehteraz app will change to green at the end of the quarantine period.
The Qatar authorities advise that quarantine requirements are determined by the country from which the flight departs. To be considered as travelling from a low-risk country, you need to have been in that country for at least one week to qualify for home quarantine. From 22 December, all passengers travelling from the UK, South Africa, Netherlands or Denmark are required to undergo self-funded quarantine in a hotel for seven days. Please see further information here.
Some individuals may be exempt from institutional quarantine on arrival to Qatar if they fulfil certain conditionsas defined by the Qatar government. See more information about the criteria for quarantine exemptions here
You should follow the directions of the Qatar authorities.
Can I visit Qatar?
Entry to Qatar has been restricted to Qatari citizens and their family members since 16 March 2020. Qatar residents abroad have been permitted to return to Qatar from 1 August. Transit passengers travelling on to another destination can still transfer through Qatar.
What restrictions are in place in Qatar?
The Qatar authorities announced that new restrictions would come into effect from 4 February 2021, in response to a rise in the number of cases and hospitalisations. The new measures include restrictions on the numbers attending workplaces, educational institutions, events, commercial locations and using public transport, and the closure of some indoor and outdoor entertainment venues and amenities.
You should monitor local media and comply with the directions of local authorities.
Kuwait was removed from the list of designated Category 2 countries on 22 May. Anyone returning to Ireland from, or transiting through, Kuwait will be legally required to quarantine home for 14 days which may be reduced if a second RT-PCR test is taken at least day 5 days after arrival and a negative/’not detected’ result is received. Written confirmation of the test result should be retained for at least 14 days. Please see further information on the Government of Ireland website.
The Kuwaiti authorities announced on 21 March 2021 that the ban on entry of non-Kuwaiti citizens would continue until further notice. Exempt from this are immediate family members and domestic workers of Kuwaiti citizens.
It had previously been announced that passengers arriving in Kuwait from certain countries had to obtain a PCR test from a laboratory accredited by Kuwait’s MUNA (Medical Utility Network Accreditor) as listed on Kuwait’s Mosafer app. Passengers intending to travel to Kuwait when restrictions are lifted should check the latest information published by the Kuwait Directorate General of Civil Aviation and the Mosafer app.
Passengers should contact their airline or travel provider for information on cancelled or rescheduled flights. There are no direct flights between Ireland and Kuwait. If transiting through another location when travelling to or from Kuwait, you should be aware of the possibility of flight changes or cancellations. Consult travel advice for your transit country and confirm travel details with the airline.
If you are in Kuwait, you should monitor developments regularly and follow the advice and any additional screening measures put in place by local authorities. The Kuwait authorities have introduced a number of measures to limit the spread of the virus. This could include medical screening, with the potential for further follow-up health measures and restrictions.
There has been a nationwide partial curfew in place in Kuwait since 7 March, with the Kuwait government recently extending it until the end of Ramadan. The curfew is in place from 7pm to 5am daily.With limited exceptions, during these hours you should not go out. The wearing of face masks in public is required. Penalties for not wearing a mask in public are a fine of 5000 KD or a prison sentence of three months. Follow the official Kuwait News Agency and @CGCKuwait for the latest details, including the exceptions to travel during curfew hours.
The Government of Kuwait automatically extended visit visas and residency visas that expired after 1 March 2020 until 30 November 2020. A small number were subsequently extended for a further three months. This only applies to visa holders already in Kuwait. If you hold valid Kuwaiti residency and are outside Kuwait, your residency is now valid until its expiry date, and does not automatically expire after 6 months outside Kuwait.
Who should I contact in an emergency situation?
For emergencies involving an Irish Citizen please call the Embassy in Abu Dhabi on +971(0)2 495 8200.
• You will be asked to leave a message on the answering machine.
• Remember to state:
o your name,
o the nature of the problem,
o where you are now, and
o the details of how the Duty Officer can contact you (e.g. leave your mobile phone number, or the phone number of the hotel/hostel where you are staying).
• If necessary, contact the police also.
• The answering machine is monitored regularly, and the Duty Officer at the Embassy will contact you as soon as possible.
• Please note that the Duty Officer will deal with emergencies only.
• Any non-emergency messages left will have to be deleted to preserve space.
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