Air passengers traveling from China will not be permitted entry

Tourism Solomons advises as element of a even further Solomon Islands Section of Immigration (DOI)

Tourism Solomons advises as element of a even further Solomon Islands Section of Immigration (DOI) directive, all air travellers who have traveled from or transited by China 14 times prior to arriving in the Solomon Islands will not be permitted entry.

The ruling also extends to travellers from affected nations around the world touring by using Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, and Papua New Guinea.

Flights from Brisbane to Honiara, at this time regarded as minimal chance, are not provided in the directive.

Nonetheless, all travellers originating from Australia are still subject to
rigorous evaluation by community health-related authorities on arrival at Honiara
Worldwide Airport.

In a even further improvement, the Solomon Islands Customs & Excise
Division (SICED) has announced all worldwide vessels arriving in the Port
of Honiara will, with immediate influence, require wellness and quarantine clearance
prior to becoming authorized to berth.

This ruling extends to cruise vessels which will be permitted entry on a
circumstance by circumstance basis.

The up coming cruise ship scheduled to arrive in Honiara on 22 February is
the Noble Caledonia-flagged MS Caledonia Sky, just one of 10 cruise
ships visiting the Solomon Islands this calendar year.

To date no circumstances of the coronavirus have been detected in the Solomon Islands, in accordance to Tourism Solomons.