In the middle of rising Omicron cases, Fiji reopens its borders for fully vaccinated tourists

 Tuesday, December 7, 2021 


As world tourism is again fighting to bring an end in the rising number Omicron cases, Fiji has reopened its international borders for all fully vaccinated travelers. In the world, Fiji is one of the most famous beach destinations.

It’s visited by travelers worldwide. After COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, Fiji had closed all its international borders.

However, on Wednesday, this island country welcomed fully vaccinated tourists from “Travel Partner countries”, allowing them a quarantine-free holiday.

Tourism Fiji took to Twitter and said:

“#FijisOpen”. “Today was a welcome like no other. We welcomed visitors on the first flight with @FijiAirways, full of friends, families & loved ones who are the first of many making the most of q’tine free travel, our sunshine, smiles & welcoming Bula Spirit. #OpenForHappiness.”

What one has to do to enter Fiji?

• People who are vaccinated with AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson vaccines are allowed to enter the country.
• People belonging to 12 years and above must produce a negative COVID-19 PCR test report taken not older than three days.
• Also, travelers must book a minimum three-night stay at a Care Fiji Commitment-certified property. A rapid COVID-19 test will be taken after 48 hours. The tourists will have to produce a proof of insurance that covers COVID-19.
• Travelers are allowed to explore Fiji during the first 48 hours. However, they are asked to use Care Fiji Commitment operators and tourism experiences and check in using QR codes. Travelers can arrive with children who are not vaccinated.

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