Fiji: CoV entry rules no longer apply

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On February 14, the government of the island state of Fiji announced that all corona entry rules would be lifted in the future. As a result, people without full vaccination protection are also allowed to enter the country, and there is no obligation to take out travel health insurance. 

Just in time for Valentine's Day on February 14, Fiji has completely lifted its entry regulations regarding Corona. This means that all people are allowed to enter the small island paradise again, regardless of their vaccination status. Citizens from Germany, Austria and Switzerland only have to present their return flight ticket and a passport upon arrival, which is valid for at least six months from the return date.

Anyone planning a longer stay on one of the 322 islands must apply for a visa. However, the obligation to provide proof of travel health insurance does not apply, together with the other Corona entry regulations. A special rule applies to travelers entering Fiji via the USA. You need a passport with an electronically readable chip.

View from the window (Photo: Steffen Lorenz).
View from the window (Photo: Steffen Lorenz).