The Islands of Tahiti will officially reopen to international tourism on May possibly 1, 2021, the president of French Polynesia introduced all through a press conference this 7 days.
Area authorities had decided on February 3, 2021 to briefly suspend travel to French Polynesia for tourism from all locations. Vacation by way of April 30 would only be approved for tourists who can justify one of the persuasive motives: Overall health, qualified, loved ones or return dwelling.
At the moment, these vacationers prior to boarding their flight to French Polynesia will have to get proof of a damaging PCR take a look at from inside of 3 days of departure present receipt of a well being registration type as a result of the country’s Digital Journey Info Process and existing an exemption certification for vacation, as properly as a declaration of honor to abide by sanitary polices.
In the course of their continue to be (to Tahiti only), vacationers are expected to quarantine for 10 times in strict isolation at a devoted web site and at the traveler’s price. They ought to also have out two additional PCR test—on the fourth and eighth times of isolating.
In addition, a curfew is in influence on the islands of Tahiti and Moorea: All excursions, circulation or motion in general public places are prohibited, every single day, among 10 p.m. and 4 a.m. as a result of April 30, 2021.
Tahiti Tourisme notes that any vacation regulations, as nicely as curfews or sanitary restrictions, will be reviewed before May possibly 1. In his announcement concerning the reopening French Polynesia President Edouard Fritch mentioned “the obvious advancement and stabilization of the health and fitness disaster in French Polynesia,” with much less than 20 new COVID-19 situations for each week, alongside with an accelerated vaccination marketing campaign.
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