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Fiji removes on-arrival testing for inbound travellers

Fiji has removed the requirement of Covid-19 test upon arrival for international travellers. Alongside, no pre-departure test or proof of test bookings is needed, and the Entry Test Fiji portal has been disabled.

Furthermore, Fiji has reduced the mandatory isolation period for those who test positive from seven days to five days. Although mandated post-arrival testing has been lifted, testing will be required for anyone who develops Covid-19 symptoms, which individuals arriving to Fiji will be asked to self-report on an immigration arrival card.

“This is another exciting step towards normalcy for tourism in Fiji,” says Brent Hill, CEO of Tourism Fiji. “We welcomed a record number of visitors in July, which showed an 82 per cent recovery from pre-pandemic levels. Now, with the removal of the required in-country test, travellers can continue enjoying our islands with even more peace of mind.”


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