Coronavirus information fiji
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.
Up to date communications will be shared on Ministry of Health & Medical Services website.
Travel restrictions to Fiji are in place. Please click here for the latest media release on the Coronavirus (Covid-19) from the Fijian Government.
Alternatively, contact your Travel Agent or Airline for more information.
FLIGHT SCHEDULE CHANGES
Nadi International Airport is closed until further notice.
All visitors to Fiji have been advised to return to home countries. Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism has asked any remaining visitors to contact their airline on the following numbers to confirm their return flights and travel arrangements:
- Fiji Airways: (+679) 330 4388 or (+679) 672 0888 or (+679) 910 3603
- Air New Zealand: (+679) 992 6367
- Qantas: (+679) 323 9030
- Virgin Australia: (+61) 7 3295 2296
Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism is advising that if you have any other issues that the airlines are unable to resolve, please contact your relevant embassy.
Some useful numbers are included below:
- New Zealand High Commission: (+679) 331 1422
- Australian High Commission: (+679) 338 2211
- USA High Commission: (+679) 331 4466
- British High Commission: (+679) 322 9100
- Consulate of Germany: (+679) 331 2633 or please email them here.
Coronavirus (Covid 19) Fact Sheet - Tourism Fiji | The Official Travel Site of the Fiji Islands
Be a responsible traveller and join others in helping to keep Fiji COVID-19 contained. Enjoy stress-free travel throughout Fiji by downloading the CareFiji app today.
Learn more about the Ministry of Health and Medical Services contact tracing efforts and careFiji on their website here.
Basic protective measures against the new coronavirus
Stay aware of the latest information on the COVID-19 outbreak, available on the WHO website and through your national and local public health authority. Most people who become infected experience mild illness and recover, but it can be more severe for others. Take care of your health and protect others by doing the following: