Fiji introduces program to ensure traveller safety once borders re-open

In anticipation of Fiji’s borders re-opening to travellers, Fiji has introduced a ‘Care Fiji Commitment’ programme dedicated to enhanced safety, health and hygiene protocols to ensure the utmost safety of travellers to Fiji. Although Fiji’s borders are currently still closed, this programme represents a destination-wide assurance that Fiji is ready to welcome travellers safely back.

Due to the country’s quick and effective response to COVID-19, Fiji was able to contain the virus from an early stage. The government’s effective containment measures put in place in March 2020 meant Fiji was able to officially declare itself COVID-contained in June 2020. Now, with the introduction of the Care Fiji Commitment, travellers can be assured that Fiji is a safe destination to enjoy on their next vacation to the islands.

“The Care Fiji Commitment is our assurance to travellers that the health and safety of everyone who lives and travels here remains our number one priority,” says Tourism Fiji Acting CEO, Robert Thompson. “With this added layer of confidence in place, Fiji is primed to be an ideal post-pandemic destination – one that is and has remained COVID-19 safe, allows natural social distancing, has a wide variety of islands to choose from, offers mostly boutique resorts with under 50 rooms total, and is known for its wide-open beaches and expansive rainforests.”

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