Since the declaration of COVID-19 as a global pandemic, Fiji has made health and safety its top priority. Due to the country’s quick and effective response to COVID-19, Fiji was able to contain the virus from a very early stage and mitigate any risk of outbreak within the islands.
The government’s effective containment measures put in place in March meant Fiji was able to officially declare itself COVID-contained in June. Now, with the introduction of the Care Fiji Commitment, travellers can be assured that Fiji is a safe destination to enjoy on their next visit to the islands.
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Latest information on Coronavirus (Covid-19) in Fiji.
On the 11 March, the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak a Pandemic.
In response to the global spread of the virus and advice from the WHO, the Fijian Government has heightened its level of preparedness in anticipation of an outbreak.
Fiji has recorded 56 cases of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), 53 of whom have made a full recovery. Fiji now has 1 active cases of COVID-19 (as of 5th February 2021).