Mauritius Is Offering Free Vaccination To Long-Term Travellers Aged Above 18

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In an effort to reopen borders fully and revive tourism, East African country, Mauritius has announced the inclusion of free vaccination for long-term travellers. The travellers must be aged above 18 and must have health and travel insurance, along with a negative COVID-19 PCR test report. They will also need to undergo quarantine for 14 days at an approved facility. The country said that it will provide all Premium Visa holders aged above 18  with India-manufactured Oxford-AstraZeneca Covishield vaccine. Read on to know more.


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The Travellers Must Have Negative COVID-19 PCR Test Reports

Mauritius has been offering its visitors free renewable long-term visas. With the Mauritius Premium Visa, international visitors can spend up to a year in the country and the visa is renewable. Now, adding another advantage for the long-term visitors, the country has announced to offer free vaccinations as well.  The travellers have to qualify for some immigration requirements and they must be generating income from outside Mauritius.  Also, they must have health and travel insurance, along with a negative COVID-19 PCR test report. Watch The Whales From Up & Close In Mauritius


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Stunning Experiences The Island Country Has To Offer

Mauritius, the island nation in the Indian Ocean, is the third smallest country in Africa. It is one of the most surreal beach destinations, with crystal clear aquamarine waters, white-sand beaches and lush green peaks. In Mauritius, one can rent out a car, drive around and explore the seven coloured earth or the nature parks. Or one can even explore the marine life in an underwater clubscooter. Due to a plethora of stunning experiences and mesmerising scenic beauty, Mauritius attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world.



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