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Govt to ease north travel restrictions


Oct 21, 2021 09:45:51 AM

Govt to ease north travel restrictions The government will ease travel restrictions from Viti Levu to the northern division..

Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong said the ministry in preparation for easing of restrictions in the north has remodelled its health service provision.

Dr Fong said this is to ensure community surveillance through the test, trace, and track protocols are being escalated to help identify and contain any outbreak early.

“This is to also ensure registration and line listing of vulnerable persons especially in poorly vaccinated areas has been done,” he said.

“There is also a need for preparations for the monitoring of positive cases and vulnerable persons to ensure better access to appropriate care plans has been made.

“We have also ensured that clinical care protocols for the severe disease have been reviewed and strengthened,” he said.

He said, for now, the registration and pass process will be maintained with regard to travel from Viti Levu to Vanua Levu.

“This is to ensure that the travel is documented for contact tracing; the negative pre-departure test and vaccination status are verified,” he said.

“All these factors are important to both preventing and being able to contain coronavirus transmission in the north.

“The public is strongly advised to only do a pre-departure test only after your registration number is obtained.

“Also note that given the increasing vaccination rates, daily travelling quotas to the north are being increased and we will be transitioning to self-monitored home quarantine,” he said.

He said travel to the maritime islands will undergo similar changes once their second dose vaccination coverage reaches 80percent.

He said they are planning to drop any quarantine requirement for inter-island travel once more Fijians in Vanua Levu and other islands are fully vaccinated.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka









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