Mandatory quarantine lifted in Tahiti
Pape’ete: French Polynesia has lifted the seven-day mandatory quarantine for incoming travellers to boost its struggling tourism sector.
Passengers on a flight from France which landed yesterday had to prove they were Covid-19 negative 72 hours before departure - they will have to self-test for the virus in four days.
From today, French Polynesia will receive its first tourists from the United States since March, as Air Tahiti Nui resumes its Los Angeles service.
Since last weekend all travellers to Tahiti must be registered and cleared via an online registration system. President Edouard Fritch acknowledged that the COVID-19 crisis had worsened in the US