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Visitors from COVID-contained countries and territories will now be able to enter Fiji without quarantine.
However, border restrictions for other travelers with 14-day mandatory quarantine remain.
This was revealed today during Tourism Fiji’s Care Fiji Commitment programme launch.
The programme is designed to reassure travelers that Fiji is a safe destination to visit on their next holiday.
Developed in consultation with stakeholders from the tourism industry, through the Tourism Recovery Team and endorsed by the COVID-19 Risk Mitigation Taskforce and Ministry of Health, the programme will play a significant role in Tourism Fiji’s market re-entry plans.
Tourism Minister Faiyaz Koya says the Care Fiji Commitment is their obligation to the health and safety of everyone who lives and travels to Fiji.
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