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Mauritius Will No Longer Require PCR Test for vaccinated visitors from 12 March

Mauritius Will No Longer Require PCR Test for vaccinated visitors from 12 March

Mauritius has dropped the requirement for all incoming visitors to present a negative PCR test upon arrival

Previously, all travellers were needed to have a negative PCR test within 72 hours of departure. ‘As of now, 90 percent of Mauritius’ adult population is completely vaccinated,’ Mauritius Now stated.

The change, which went into effect on Saturday (12 March), means that fully jabbed tourists will no longer be needed to submit a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours of departure, but they will still be required to take a Covid test upon arrival.

‘Demand from visitors and business travellers has increased since the country’s borders reopened to international travel last October, which coincided with the lifting of travel restrictions in several of Mauritius’ important markets,’ according to the country’s tourism website.  

Read full article here: Incoming visitors will no longer have to present a negative PCR test taken 72 hours before arrival in Mauritius

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