Fiji: Opening for fully vaccinated tourists from 1 December
Datum: 10. Oktober 2021 09:51
On Sunday (10 October), the opening of the borders for tourist travellers from numerous countries has been announced as of December. This initially applies to fully vaccinated travellers from Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, New Zealand, Qatar, Singapore, Spain, South Korea, Switzerland, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, the United States and most Pacific Island countries. There is no quarantine after entry. In addition to a vaccination certificate, a negative PCR test no more than three days old is required for entry. A rapid test must also be carried out 48 hours after entry.
To visit public facilities in Fiji, the careFIJI app must be installed on the smartphone.
In addition, the Prime Minister of Fiji announced several relaxations. The night-time curfew will now apply between 11:00 p.m. and 04:00 a.m. (local time) and will be further shortened when 90% of the population is vaccinated. All businesses and transport will be allowed to resume operations for fully vaccinated people at 80% capacity. Bars and gambling halls are exempt. Travel to Vanua Levu is allowed again for fully vaccinated persons if they can provide a negative COVID-19 rapid test and go into quarantine for at least seven days after arrival. Travel between other islands is still restricted for the time being.