COVID-19 Information

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Please click the specific country below  for more information about COVID-19, the impact of the virus in that country, the host government’s responses and any travel restrictions.

  • Country-Specific Information:
    • Fiji has confirmed a case of COVID-19 within its borders.
    • Fiji has announced entry restrictions for foreign national travelers who have been in the United States, China, Italy, Iran, or South Korea within 14 days of arriving in Fiji.
    • Please note that travel restrictions are subject to change without notice.
  • Entry and Exit Requirements:
    • Fiji has closed its border to foreign nationals who have been in the United States, Europe, China, Italy, Iran, South Korea, or Spain within 14 days of their intended travel to Fiji, including travelers seeking to transit Fiji. Travelers covered by this restriction will be prevented from boarding Fiji-bound flights.
    • Travelers to Fiji will be asked to complete a health declaration form that will be examined by health officials upon arrival in Fiji. Travelers will also be screened on arrival with handheld temperature scanners, and their travel history and health status will be screened by border agents. Arriving travelers may be required to self-isolate for 14 days at the discretion of local officials.
    • Fiji has banned cruise ships from berthing anywhere in the country.
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Travel.state.gov: Fiji Country Information and Travel Advisory page

  • Territory-Specific Information:
    • French Polynesia has confirmed cases of COVID-19 within its borders.
    • French Polynesia reopened to international tourism on July 15, 2020.
    • Travelers must carry results of both a negative COVID-19 test and online registration with the French Polynesian Government to be able to board a flight to French Polynesia.
    • Please note that travel restrictions can change without notice.
  • Entry and Exit Requirements:
    • French Polynesia has confirmed cases of COVID-19 within its borders.
    • French Polynesia reopened to international tourism on July 15, 2020.
    • When boarding a flight to French Polynesia, travelers must carry proof of both a negative COVID-19 test and a health document issued by French Polynesian authorities:
      • Travelers must carry proof of a negative COVID-19 test (RT-PCR molecular tests only) taken within three days of the flight. Please note that other tests, including rapid RT-PCR, antigen, and antibody tests, are not accepted for this requirement.)
      • Travelers must complete an online registration with the French Polynesian Government. The registration must be completed within three days of travel, and the authorization receipt must be presented to airline staff at check-in.
    • French Polynesia has temporarily banned cruise ships from arriving in the territory.
  • Local Resources:
    • For more information, please visit the website of French Polynesia’s Direction de la Sante (in French). For questions, call 444 789 from French Polynesia. In an emergency, dial 15.
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  • Country-Specific Information:
    • Kiribati has no confirmed cases of COVID-19 within its borders.
    • Kiribati has announced entry restrictions for travelers to Kiribati originating from countries with ongoing local transmission of COVID-19.
    • Please note that travel restrictions are subject to change without notice.
  • Entry and Exit Requirements:
    • Kiribati medical officials issued a travel advisory requiring travelers “from countries with ongoing local transmission of novel coronavirus” – which includes the United States — to spend at least 14 days in a country free of the virus before traveling to Kiribati, and to provide a medical clearance to confirm that they are virus-free.
    • Travelers arriving earlier than the required 14-day waiting period may be subject to quarantine and/or deportation.
  • Quarantine Information:
    • Kiribati medical officials issued a travel advisory requiring travelers “from countries with ongoing local transmission of novel coronavirus” – which includes the United States — to spend at least 14 days in a country free of the virus before traveling to Kiribati, and to provide a medical clearance to confirm that they are virus-free.
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  • Territory-Specific Information:
    • New Caledonia has confirmed cases of COVID-19 within its borders.
    • Travelers arriving in New Caledonia are required to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival in a hotel chosen by the New Caledonian Government, except passengers arriving from the islands of Wallis and Futuna.
  • Entry and Exit Requirements:
    • Travelers arriving in New Caledonia are required to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival in a hotel chosen by the New Caledonian Government, except passengers arriving from the islands of Wallis and Futuna.
    • Travelers are required to complete a health declaration form on arrival in New Caledonia.
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  • Country-Specific Information:
    • Nauru has no confirmed cases of COVID-19 within its borders.
    • Nauru has announced entry restrictions for any travelers who have traveled from or through China, Hong Kong, Macau, South Korea, Italy, or Iran in the 21 days prior to traveling to Nauru.
    • Nauru has also announced entry restrictions for any travelers with “direct or indirect” involvement with a vessel with a confirmed case of coronavirus, including the Diamond Princess cruise ship (docked in Japan) and the Grand Princess cruise ship (off the coast of California). Exceptions are made for travelers who have undergone medical screening and quarantine of not less than 14 days, and passed a travel history review by the Nauru Health Department.
    • Please note that travel restrictions are subject to change without notice.
  • Entry and Exit Requirements:
    • Nauru has announced entry restrictions for any travelers who have traveled from or through China, Hong Kong, Macau, South Korea, Italy, or Iran in the 21 days prior to traveling to Nauru.
    • Nauru has also announced entry restrictions for any travelers with “direct or indirect” involvement with a vessel with a confirmed case of coronavirus, including the Diamond Princess cruise ship (docked in Japan) and the Grand Princess cruise ship (off the coast of California). Exceptions are made for travelers who have undergone medical screening and quarantine not less than 14 days, and passed a travel history review by the Nauru Health Department.
    • Please note that travel restrictions are subject to change without notice.
    • All travelers will be required to complete a health declaration card for presentation to Ministry of Health personnel on arrival and will undergo health screening.
  • Quarantine Information:
  • Travelers suspected of having flu-like symptoms will be quarantined for further assessment until cleared by the Nauru Health Department.
  • Country-Specific Information:
    • Tonga has no confirmed cases of COVID-19 within its borders.
    • Tonga has announced entry restrictions prohibiting travelers from entering Tonga, except for Tongan citizens returning by special arrangement.
    • A weekly flight from Tonga to Auckland is available for travelers seeking to leave Tonga.
    • Please note that travel restrictions are subject to change without notice.
  • Entry and Exit Requirements:
    • Tonga has announced entry restrictions prohibiting travelers from entering Tonga.
    • A weekly flight is available for travelers seeking to depart Tonga via Auckland.
    • Tonga has banned the arrival of cruise ships and yachts into the country until further notice.
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  • Country-Specific Information:
    • Tuvalu has no confirmed cases of COVID-19 within its borders.
    • Tuvalu has announced entry restrictions for travelers who have been in China within 30 days of travel to Tuvalu.
    • Please note that travel restrictions are subject to change without notice.
  • Entry and Exit Requirements:
    • The Government of Tuvalu announced restrictions prohibiting entry to Tuvalu of anyone who has been in China within 30 days of arrival in Tuvalu. This restriction includes entry to seafarers from foreign vessels that have been in China or “a high-risk country” (understood to be countries where coronavirus is present) in the last 30 days.
    • Travelers who have been in a “high-risk country” must obtain a medical clearance three days prior to entering Tuvalu and must remain in a country other than those listed as “high-risk” for at least five days before reentering Tuvalu.
    • Health screening will be conducted at Funafuti airport and seaport, and may also be conducted at Nausori (Fiji) Airport and Tarawa (Kiribati) Airport.
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