A DUBLIN Airport Hotel is now offering “Test, Rest & Fly” packages with accommodation, breakfast and a PCR Covid-19 test.
Passengers can book an overnight stay at the Carlton Hotel with a test that shows them whether they are Covid-negative in less than 24 hours.
For € 249, passengers departing from Dublin Airport can purchase the package that includes an overnight stay at the hotel in conjunction with a PCR Covid-19 test, which must be completed before their flight.
Healthcare professionals take the test and the results are returned within 24 hours – or 36 hours outside of business hours and on weekends.
A second package, “Test & Rest”, is aimed at passengers coming to Ireland.
The price for two guests who share a room and both take a Covid-19 test is € 418, according to Independent.ie.
24 HOUR RESULTS
The hotel has partnered with Vida Care, an Irish healthcare provider, to run the virus tests.
The Carlton Hotel’s website states: “Vida Care offers a PCR swab test that will detect the active presence of the virus, meaning you are currently suffering from Covid-19.
“These are the tests currently used by HSE and approved by the Department of Health (DOH). They fully comply with government guidelines. ”
The add: “Vida Care are highly qualified, industry-recognized medical professionals who provide the security of Covid-19 tests with results from 24 hours.”
14-DAY QUARANTINE RELAXED
The hotel package is delivered as the government approves a range of travel measures under the color-coded EU traffic light system for safe travel within the EU based on virus incidence rates.
As of midnight on November 29, people planning to travel here from countries with a red rating could avoid the 14-day quarantine by taking a Covid-19 PCR test five days after their arrival.
If they report a negative result, they no longer need to restrict their movements.
There are no restrictions on people traveling from countries with green ratings, while people from countries with orange ratings can avoid quarantine if they can get a negative Covid-19 PCR test done no later than three days before they arrive here has been.
TRAFFIC LIGHTING SYSTEM
Regions are rated green if the 14-day notification rate is below 25 cases per 100,000 and the test positivity rate is below 4 percent.
They are orange if the 14-day notification rate is less than 50 cases per 100,000, but the test positivity rate is 4 percent or more.
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Regions can also be classified as orange if the 14-day notification rate is between 25 and 150 cases per 100,000 and the test positivity rate is below 4 percent.
They are rated red if the 14-day notification rate is 50 cases per 100,000 or more and the test positivity rate is 4 percent or more, or if the 14-day notification rate is over 150 cases per 100,000.
The latest clarification gives hope to Irish nationals overseas who may consider returning home for Christmas if their quarantine period is reduced to five days.
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