The Maldives lift the mandatory negative PCR test for tourists who have got the final dose of their vaccine 14 days prior to their arrival in the country.
On April 14th, Maldives tourism minister Abdulla Mausoom announced that tourists who have got the final dose of their vaccine 14 days prior to arrival in Maldives will not need a negative PCR test anymore to enter the country.
Since September 2020, all tourists and short term visitors have had to present a Negative COVID-19 PCR certificate on arrival in Maldives. The said PCR test must be conducted within a maximum of 96 hours prior to departure to the Maldives.
The new measure will be effective from April 20th 2021.
More and more countries are reducing or eliminating negative PCR tests, isolations and screening requirements for those who have been fully vaccinated.
The Maldives follows the move.
The vaccine certificate will have to be submitted at via imuga.immigration.gov.mv prior to travel.
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