Fiji eases Covid entry rules for vaccinated travellers

Fiji has eased its Covid rules for vaccinated international arrivals.

Travellers aged 16 years and over who have received two jabs no longer need to pre-book and take a Covid-19 test upon arrival in Fiji.

However, unvaccinated travellers are still not permitted entry.


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Fiji Travel has updated its website to reflect the changes. It states: “Fiji offers quarantine free travel to fully vaccinated travellers from all over the world.

“We’ve simplified out entry requirements further to make it even easier to plan a holiday here.

“Simply show evidence of the following at check-in before your departure flight: proof of full vaccination for all travellers aged 16 years and over, and travel insurance.”

The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office website reads: “Persons arriving in Fiji no longer require a pre-booked Covid-19 test.

“All visitors to Fiji must be fully vaccinated, this includes Fijian citizens.”

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