The Maldivian ministry of tourism has made it easier to visit the archipelago by abolishing the need that travelers be completely vaccinated and take a pre-departure test.
Arrivals no longer need to take the PCR test if their vaccine was approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) and taken at least 14 days prior to travel. Booster doses aren’t necessary.
Tourists who spend their vacation in specified facilities are also no longer needed to take a PCR test before leaving the islands.
Work visa holders and Maldivians, on the other hand, must take a PCR Covid test within three to five days of arrival, and children who are not eligible for immunization must provide a negative PCR test upon arrival, taken within 96 hours of departure from the Maldives.
On 4th March, the Maldives’ Health Protection Agency confirmed the adjustments, which took effect on 5th March.
The move was also confirmed by the ministry of tourism on Twitter.
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