|Grounds for review
|| Section of the Act
|The applicant is not an ‘applicable traveller’ which means they have not been in a designated State
within 14 days of arriving in Ireland and had a negative ('not detected') RT-PCR test within 72 hours of travel or
if they are exempt from quarantine
|The applicant has completed the period of quarantine required under the Act: that is, was in a designated State within 14 days of arriving in Ireland, but since arriving in Ireland has completed the period of quarantine that is legally required.
|The applicant is in quarantine because, on arrival in Ireland, did not have a negative (‘not detected’) result from an RT-PCR test taken in the 72 hours before arrival. But, since entering quarantine they have taken an RT-PCR test and the result was negative (‘not-detected’) or
they have has completed the period of quarantine that is legally required under the Act or
the decision of a medical practitioner that the applicant cannot isolate effectively in their place of residence was incorrect.
|For medical or other exceptional reasons, including the necessity of providing care for a vulnerable person
|The applicant needs to leave the designated facility for urgent humanitarian reasons
|The decision of a medical practitioner that a child or dependent person should not be allowed to leave quarantine was incorrect
|The applicant has completed quarantine in a room on his/her own in an equivalent quarantine facility in a non-designated State before arriving in Ireland and has not been in a designated State within the period of 10 days prior to his or her arrival in the State