PM announces curfew is from 11pm to 4am
All workplaces & businesses including public transportation can operate at 80% capacity to children and fully vaccinated adults

PM announces curfew is from 11pm to 4am

All workplaces & businesses including public transportation can operate at 80% capacity to children and fully vaccinated adults

By Semi Turaga
Sunday 10/10/2021
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama. [image: Fijian Government]

80.3% of adults in Fiji's target population have been full vaccinated.

There is another Vaccine Lottery Christmas Draw planned for December. Details will be announced later.

From today 10th October 2021 - the curfew hours will be from 11pm to 4am.

When 90% of adults in the target population are fully vaccinated the curfew hours will be from 12am to 4am.

Once we have the data to show that the virus no longer shows a public health threat, we will lift the curfew entirely

All workplaces and businesses including public transportation can operate at 80% capacity to children and fully vaccinated adults.

PM says the only exception to this relaxation are taverns, bars and gaming venues.

PM announces anyone who is fully vaccinated can now travel to Vanua Levu by boat or by air with transport companies that are COVID-Safe compliant such as Fiji Link.

Travellers must register a negative COVID test result on a rapid COVID test before travel. On arrival, they must immediately enter home quarantine for 7 days.

Travel to the other islands including the outer islands will still be maintained under the protocols and easing of restrictions will be implemented once there are increased rates of vaccination.

PM urges all those in the islands to get vaccinated as quickly as possible.

PM says from 11th November, they will open regular inter-island travel only if vaccination rates continue to rise in the Northern Division and maritime islands.

We will continue to enforce a mask mandate for all indoor public venues - PM



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