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maybe not the EU but Portugal looking for a test as well as nhs app 
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What is this EU not recognising the nhs app? I was in Spain last week, just showed them the app and was waived through?

I am due to go again this week, was I just lucky?

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NHS App is being accepted here.
Daughter flew back to Dublin from Edinburgh and friend drove back from London via Rosslare.
App and locator form are all that are required.
They have a handbrake system in place with UK, so other criteria might be added - but only 2 things above required currently.
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Originally posted by colemanY2K colemanY2K wrote:

Originally posted by Newryrep Newryrep wrote:

Originally posted by Kev87 Kev87 wrote:

Both fully vaccinated, seen EU vaccine cert seems to be no test required just the cert. (Both as Irish passport holders in the north of Ireland) we can't apply until "phase 2" rollout assuming that's out we will need a test. 
Covidcertni app went down yesterday there with a data breech 🙄 I haven't looked too much into it, had read somewhere lateral flow is fine? 
 
????
 
Irish passport holders in the north cant avail of the EU cert as the EU doesn't recognise NHS vaccination data  - same as any EU passport holder vaccinated in UK
 
AFAIK
To get to Portugal you need the
  • Covidni cert +
  • PCR Test 72 hours before or antigen test 48 hrs before

to get back you need

  • PCR Test 72 hours before or antigen test 48hrs before in Portugal
  • Antigen test 2 days after you land

Somebody is making a lot of money on this - all the above is from certified labs not a DIY job at home  about another £240 a head


there'll be an update to the traffic light system next friday from the uk govt followed by another in the last week of August. portugal might be moved to the green list by then as numbers are steadily decreasing. be nice for fully vaccinated individuals if they did away with the need to be tested full stop.

Not sure why the EU isn’t recognising the NHS vaccination app as equivalent - don’t think they are using vaccinations that aren’t EMA approved 


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Cheers will keep an eye on that. Have until 14th August to cancel accommodation. Unless it goes to red I'll be travelling. 
Hope the hassle before hand is worth it for a result Big smile
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Originally posted by Newryrep Newryrep wrote:

Originally posted by Kev87 Kev87 wrote:

Both fully vaccinated, seen EU vaccine cert seems to be no test required just the cert. (Both as Irish passport holders in the north of Ireland) we can't apply until "phase 2" rollout assuming that's out we will need a test. 
Covidcertni app went down yesterday there with a data breech 🙄 I haven't looked too much into it, had read somewhere lateral flow is fine? 
 
????
 
Irish passport holders in the north cant avail of the EU cert as the EU doesn't recognise NHS vaccination data  - same as any EU passport holder vaccinated in UK
 
AFAIK
To get to Portugal you need the
  • Covidni cert +
  • PCR Test 72 hours before or antigen test 48 hrs before

to get back you need

  • PCR Test 72 hours before or antigen test 48hrs before in Portugal
  • Antigen test 2 days after you land

Somebody is making a lot of money on this - all the above is from certified labs not a DIY job at home  about another £240 a head


there'll be an update to the traffic light system next friday from the uk govt followed by another in the last week of August. portugal might be moved to the green list by then as numbers are steadily decreasing. be nice for fully vaccinated individuals if they did away with the need to be tested full stop.


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Neale Richmond confirmed on 19th July there irish passport holders vaccinated elsewhere Will be given a cert in phase 2 rollout, but couldn't say when that would be. In reality it won't happen in next 5weeks or so. 
Ryanair / easyJet have teamed up with the like of randox For green and amber travel testing.
Portugal currently amber £129 per person for amber kit, pre travel PCR and day 2 day 8 tests. You've to drop this of or courier it back to them etc but if sh*t hits the fan it's a bit cheaper FLYRYANAIR is the discount code on randox website. Some £ being made here, awful. 
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Originally posted by Kev87 Kev87 wrote:

Both fully vaccinated, seen EU vaccine cert seems to be no test required just the cert. (Both as Irish passport holders in the north of Ireland) we can't apply until "phase 2" rollout assuming that's out we will need a test. 
Covidcertni app went down yesterday there with a data breech 🙄 I haven't looked too much into it, had read somewhere lateral flow is fine? 
 
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Irish passport holders in the north cant avail of the EU cert as the EU doesn't recognise NHS vaccination data  - same as any EU passport holder vaccinated in UK
 
AFAIK
To get to Portugal you need the
  • Covidni cert +
  • PCR Test 72 hours before or antigen test 48 hrs before

to get back you need

  • PCR Test 72 hours before or antigen test 48hrs before in Portugal
  • Antigen test 2 days after you land

Somebody is making a lot of money on this - all the above is from certified labs not a DIY job at home  about another £240 a head



Edited by Newryrep - 29 Jul 2021 at 2:29pm
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Originally posted by irish_goat irish_goat wrote:

Even if there is 33% capacity allowed are they obliged to offer away fans tickets? 
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Both fully vaccinated, seen EU vaccine cert seems to be no test required just the cert. (Both as Irish passport holders in the north of Ireland) we can't apply until "phase 2" rollout assuming that's out we will need a test. 
Covidcertni app went down yesterday there with a data breech 🙄 I haven't looked too much into it, had read somewhere lateral flow is fine? 
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Originally posted by Kev87 Kev87 wrote:

£32.99 return Belfast City to Faro Mon - Thurs game week. I booked us on day after the euros final. Not sure where they sit now but youd struggle to find a cheaper route to faro than that. 
Looking forward to getting over there hopefully tickets will be possible 
 
just curious what test are you getting PCR or antigen
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Originally posted by sausy sausy wrote:

Wouldn't have thought given UEFA aren't allowing away fans at games
 
Hard to reconcile Portugal welcoming vaccinnated and tested travellers from all over the place  yet not allowing because of UEFA going to an outdoor  event
 
Clearly things can change and there is no guarantees on anything


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Wouldn't have thought given UEFA aren't allowing away fans at games
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Even if there is 33% capacity allowed are they obliged to offer away fans tickets? 
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Originally posted by Pauldaly1984 Pauldaly1984 wrote:

I’d say if there are 500 tickets most people that want to travel will be sorted . A lot of people still wary of travel . 
Not a chance would 500 cover it! Most are mad to get away at this stage. I’d imagine over 500 will still travel even if there is no away allocation.
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£32.99 return Belfast City to Faro Mon - Thurs game week. I booked us on day after the euros final. Not sure where they sit now but youd struggle to find a cheaper route to faro than that. 
Looking forward to getting over there hopefully tickets will be possible 
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Originally posted by Pauldaly1984 Pauldaly1984 wrote:

I’d say if there are 500 tickets most people that want to travel will be sorted . A lot of people still wary of travel . 
I was on two ryanair flights last week. the first flight had 1 spare seat (because a dope brought the wrong ID to the gate) and the second flight was 80% full. 

expect very high loads on flights to the algarve in september. 


Edited by colemanY2K - 29 Jul 2021 at 9:01am
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