Coronavirus: Fiji to reopen for tourism | South China Morning Post
Coronavirus: Fiji to reopen for tourism Fiji will ease Covid-19 restrictions and announce its reopening for international travel after the country hit a vaccination milestone. Changes to the country’s virus restrictions would be announced on Sunday afternoon after 80 per cent of the adult population received both doses of a Covid-19 vaccine, Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama said. Last month officials said once the target was reached, Fiji would reopen travel for “green list” locations, including Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Canada, South Korea, Singapore and parts of the United States.Visitors must be fully vaccinated and test negative for Covid-19 before departure under the previously announced plan. Once in Fiji, they would stay in designated zones where all contacts, from hospitality staff to tour operators, would be fully vaccinated.