No longer demand three-night seclusion for all visitors

International travelers will no longer be required to stay in isolation in Fiji starting in less than two weeks, according to government officials.
Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, Minister of Economy, indicated that, as of April 7, the necessity to spend three nights in isolation at a resort quarantine facility, regardless of the country of origin, would be abolished, regardless of the country of origin.
On December 1, the famous tourist spot reopened its doors to visitors for the first time in more than two decades.

Andre Viljoen, the Managing Director and CEO of Fiji Airways, expressed delight at the announcement, noting that a huge flood of tourists is anticipated in the coming months now that regulations have been reduced.
According to Mr Viljoen, the timing of the Fijian government’s move to reduce the country’s admission criteria could not be better as the country enters the most popular period of the year to visit.

Despite the relaxation of the isolation rule, there are still a number of conditions for visitors to Fiji in order to enter the country legally.
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In addition to confirmation of vaccination and a negative pre-departure quick test from their place of origin, people will be asked to produce proof of current travel insurance as well as a negative rapid test within 24 hours of their arrival.

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