【フィジー ニュース】 12月1日より国際線旅客の受け入れを再開!



10th October, 2021- Fiji’s Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama confirmed an easing of restrictions, including the removal of quarantine requirements for arrivals from designated “travel partner countries” including Australia, New Zealand, United States of America, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Canada, Qatar, Germany, Spain, France, Republic of Korea, Japan, Singapore, Switzerland and most Pacific Island Countries and Territories.


Tourists from these markets will have no quarantine requirement from 11 November, ahead of an official reopening date of 01 December when the first Fiji Airways tourist flights will recommence.

After showing proof of vaccination and testing negative for the virus 72 hours prior to departure, visitors will arrive in Fiji and then head straight to their hotel where they will spend their first two days in the country.

“They won’t be locked in a room. They can use all hotel amenities and get settled in. Then, a Rapid Diagnostic Test taken 48 hours after their arrival will grant them free rein of safe travel areas, where they can take part in tours that allow our tour operators to make a living, shop for souvenirs and eat at restaurants,” the Fijian PM said.

The borders of the safe travel areas are being drawn up now, with the aim of continuing to provide protection for areas with low vaccination coverage.

(Source: Travel Daily 10 October 2021 )