AAI Covid-19 Guidance – 31/03/21
Your guide to the new changes
If you have received the second dose of the vaccine more than 2 weeks ago, you can meet with other fully vaccinated people from 1 other household indoors without wearing masks or staying 2 metres apart. This measure comes into place immediately.
If you have received the second dose, you have to wait 2 weeks until you can meet other fully vaccinated people indoors.
From 12 April
Schools In-school teaching to fully return
Meeting other households: You can meet 1 other household outside but not in your garden or theirs
Travel: You can travel within your county or within 20km of your home if crossing county boundaries
Construction: All residential construction can restart as well as early-learning and childcare projects
From 19 April
GAA: Training for and playing of National Governing Body sanctioned and organised adult intercounty National Gaelic Games Leagues not including under 20 or minor competitions
From 26 April (subject to prevailing public health situation)
Outdoor attractions: Outdoor visitor attractions can reopen (for example: zoos, open pet farms, heritage sites). Amusement parks are not permitted to open
Underage sport Underage non-contact outdoor training in pods of 15 or fewer can restart
Funerals: Maximum attendance at funerals will increase to 25
The Athletics Ireland Covid Group continue to work closely with the Sport Ireland Expert Group in regard to providing our members with regular updates and information during this difficult time. We are coordinating regular, on-going discussions with key stakeholders on a return to competition as soon as possible and we thank you all for your patience regarding this challenging matter.
HSE Guidance on protecting yourself and others from COVID-19 can be found at the following link: