COVID-19 Safety Charter

 What you need to know about the COVID-19 Safety Charter and the reassurance it provides...

Stay safe and support local this year

Get outdoors and explore but make sure to follow the current COVID-19 guidelines. Plan ahead before you travel, as some businesses have made changes in line with government restrictions.


Get up to date with COVID-19 guidelines

It is vitally important to stay updated on the latest guidelines and government recommendations. Visit for all the information you need.

Social distancing is very important, keep a space of two metres between yourself and others where possible, wear face coverings on public transport and in shops, and avoid close contact including shaking hands and hugs. If you sneeze, cover your mouth and nose with a tissue, or your sleeve.

Fáilte Ireland is working closely with the government and the tourism industry as the COVID-19 situation evolves. Check out the HSE guidelines and the World Health Organisation for the latest advice about COVID-19.

Look out for the COVID-19 Safety Charter

The COVID-19 Safety Charter tells you that a business is following the necessary guidelines and every employee has taken extensive training.

When you see the Safety Charter’s reassuring white and green logo, you will know that staff have been educated in infection control and they must adhere to strict hygiene measures. Tourism businesses that have successfully completed the COVID-19 Safety Charter are also subject to spot checks.

As businesses work around the clock to ensure safety for their customers, check for updated information before you head on any trips in your town or county. Find out what businesses abide by the COVID-19 Safety Charter with the Directory of COVID-19 Compliant Businesses. These businesses have met or exceeded the extremely high standards required for the COVID-19 Safety Charter symbol, allowing you to dine, visit and stay in a safe and relaxing environment.

Let's show the world what Dublin can do

Remember to keep yourself and others around you safe by adhering to government recommendations and checking the HSE guidelines and for any updated COVID-19 information.