As Fiji islands reopen borders for Indian tourists, it has also lifted the quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated Indians. However, the entry requirements are still in place. To travel to the beautiful island of Fiji, you will need to provide a negative PCR test taken within two days before departure or a negative RAT test taken within 24 hours before departure.
Fiji Is Opening Borders For Fully-Vaccinated Foreign Travellers
Fiji has opened its borders for fully vaccinated foreign travellers. At a time when countries started imposing lockdown again, Fiji welcomed fully vaccinated tourists from ‘Travel Partner countries’, allowing them a quarantine-free holiday. Those vaccinated with AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson vaccines are allowed to enter the country.
It’s official! Fiji welcomes international travel from travel partner countries from the 1st of December for fully-vaccinated travellers.🎉🙌🌴😎🥳
Start planning those Fiji happy moments now.😊
— TourismFiji (@TourismFiji) October 10, 2021
New Zealand Also Plans To Reope Its Borders
New Zealand has planned to open its borders to international travellers in three phases from 2022. The first phase will be launched on January 16, 2022, which will allow New Zealand citizens and residents to travel from neighbouring Australia into the country. In the second phase from February 13, 2022, New Zealanders from the rest of the world will be permitted entry. From April 30, 2002, fully vaccinated travellers from all countries except those at ‘high risk’ will be allowed to enter New Zealand.
WHO Recognises Covaxin For Travel; US Approves The Vaccine Too!
After a long wait, the World Health Organisation (WHO) finally recognised the Bharat Biotech manufactured vaccine, Covaxin on November 3, 2021. Following WHO’s nod, the US also approved the vaccine for travel purposes. In other words, international travellers who are fully vaccinated with Covaxin will be allowed to enter the US from November 8. Prior to WHO’s recognition, a few countries like Australia, Guyana, Sri Lanka, Iran, Mauritius, Nepal, Greece and Oman had already approved Covaxin for foreign travellers.
— IndSamachar News (@Indsamachar) November 3, 2021