Evolution of the measures taken by the government to prevent the entry of COVID-19 (coronavirus) in French Polynesia
As of today (March 2nd, 2020), all passengers (including flight attendants and pilots) must present a health certificate dating less than 5 days and certifying the traveler’s state of health is free of any sign of coronavirus infection when boarding flights to French Polynesia.
This information is available on the Health Department’s website and is updated accordingly to the epidemiological evolution of the virus.
Click here to download the official press release.
In addition, since February 27th, 2020, ocean liners will enter French Polynesia exclusively through the port of entry of Papeete in Tahiti. Ships that have been granted first berth exemptions for the outer islands unfortunately will be cancelled. You can download the press release of the new measures taken for the cruise sector on February 27th, 2020 by clicking here.
AS OF TODAY, THERE IS NO CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 CASES IN FRENCH POLYNESIA.
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Visit the World Health Organisation’s page for Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) advice for the public for information on how to protect yourself and others. Visit their media resources page for news and press briefings.