The Republic of Fiji has opened its borders to tourists vaccinated against COVID-19 since December 1
The Republic of Fiji, considered a popular beach resort among the wealthy, opened the borders for travelers vaccinated against coronavirus, including Russians, from December 1. CNN writes about this.
“Seeing a fully loaded Fiji Airways plane and meeting tourists was amazing. It is such a great feeling, “said the head of the travel company Tewaka, James Sowane.
It is noted that all holidaymakers arriving in the country are required to undergo a three-day quarantine and take a rapid test for antigen to COVID-19.
Earlier, the Indonesian authorities decided to completely close the borders to all foreign tourists from December 24 amid the spread of the new omicron coronavirus strain. The ban on tourist trips to the popular beach country will be valid until at least January 2.