The requirement for Covid certificates and passenger locator forms for those arriving into the country will end from midnight.
The move is part of the Government’s efforts to make it easier for Ukrainian refugees to enter Ireland.
The order to change the rules around travel will be signed by Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly later today.
In the last week, more than 600 people have arrived in Ireland from Ukraine and most are women.
They are staying mainly with friends or family members already living here.
The number of people from Ukraine who have arrived into the country through Dublin Airport in the last week has risen to 1,004.
Yesterday saw the highest number of arrivals with 383 Ukrainian people landing on flights into Dublin.
While the majority are staying with family and friends already living here, 135 sought accommodation from State services.