Foreign travelers visiting Fiji will no longer be required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination and travel insurance
According to recent news reports, foreign travelers visiting Fiji will no longer be required to provide proof COVID-19 vaccinations and travel insurance.
According to reports, this latest step will come after a thorough review of the global and national COVID-19 situation by the country's COVID-19 Risk Reduction Task Force. 19 (CRMT), which now applies to both air and sea arrivals.
Referring to this, Fiji Tourism CEO Brent Hill added that there are currently no protocols , ogre claims, vaccination requirements or tests for COVID-19 as the travel industry welcomes the decision and invites the world to visit Fiji.
However, he added that they strongly recommend that travelers have travel insurance and are also taking the necessary precautions to ensure they stay healthy and can take their Fiji travel experience to the next level.
Previously, travelers in the age group 16 and over were required to provide full proof of vaccination and travel insurance covering COVID-19. As previously reported, Fiji was one of the first countries to open its borders in December 2021 and said in 2022 that they are witnessing a strong recovery above expected targets.