Two infected people who are currently being treated at the hospital have been discharged safely, and now there are no corona infected people in Fiji!
The first case of infection in Fiji was in March.
Then, lockdowns at an unbelievably fast rate in Fiji, strict crackdowns and quarantine measures by the government and police were able to control the infection.
We are looking forward to the day when tourists will come back soon!
This is the state of Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa (Denalau), which is currently undergoing renovation.
All renovations are scheduled to end in November of this year.
Sofitel is the only resort with a Fiji Airways check-in counter, which is very convenient as you can check out your hotel, check in for Fiji Airways and leave your luggage.
The adult-only Waitui area has a luxurious feel and I'm looking forward to its completion.
There are currently only two corona infections in Fiji.
When the infection is discovered, it is already in isolation, and there is no risk of the infection spreading, and the Fijian people are relieved.
The two are said to be recovering steadily under strict isolation measures.
International immigrants to Fiji will continue to be required to stay in isolation facilities for 14 days.
Going out from 23:00 to 4:00 and nightclubs are prohibited.
Schools, gyms and restaurants are reopening one after another and are gradually returning to their normal lives.
The current state of Port Denarau, the departure point for remote islands.
Restaurants and shops in the port are normally open or have fewer business days.
On weekends, you can see families enjoying meals at restaurants, but I miss those days when it was crowded with tourists.
Many cruise ships and boats are moored.
Most tour companies are waiting for reopening.
Recently, some tour companies have resumed local tours only on weekends.
I can't wait to see Port Denarau, which was full of tourists!
When foreigners including Japanese currently enter Fiji, (1) Prior approval from the Fijian government is required.
(2) It is necessary to carry out PCR test on samples taken within 72 hours after departure and prepare a negative certificate in the format designated by the Fiji government.
③ After entering the country, you will be quarantined for 14 days at a government-designated isolation facility.
The above steps are required.
The reason (1) the government's permission is required is that examination is done on a case-by-case basis, and there are cases in which entry for “urgent business” has been permitted so far.
The above is a compilation of information from the Japanese Embassy in Fiji.
Accepting foreign tourists to prevent infection is difficult at this time, but preparations for that are steadily beginning here. We look forward to the tourists coming back soon!
Star fruits, which are rarely seen in Japan, are sold at the market.
The price is about 120 yen for a full plate with Japanese yen.
It is crispy, sweet and sour and delicious.
As the name suggests, when cut, it looks like a star.
When you come to Fiji, please enjoy "Tropical Fruits" at the market.
It is Fiji, where calm days like autumn fall continue.
On weekends, the vegetable and fruit market is crowded with locals.
This season's vegetables and fruits are lined up.
You can eat pineapple and papaya all year round.
You can also enjoy tropical fruits such as guava and passion fruit.
The mango season is coming soon!
There are currently 27 confirmed cases of infection in Fiji, 18 of whom have been treated and are discharged. The streets and markets are the same as usual, and it is lively on weekends. The resort, which was completely closed, is gradually reopening at an unbeatable price for local guests.
International flights stop all flights except recovery flights.
The government continues to call for hand washing and the use of antiseptic solutions.