Vaccinated Tourists No More Need To Take COVID-19 Tests To Visit The Maldives
Tourists who think of visiting the stunning beach of the Maldives can now fulfill their dream with the coronavirus vaccine. The island country permits the entrance of vaccinated travelers. Travelers need to show a certificate that proves negative COVID-19 PCR test results. They do not need to stay quarantined on arrival in the Maldives. However, these travelers need to undergo the full vaccination at least 2 weeks ago. Their certificates have to reveal that they have taken a valid vaccine. These rules and regulations have been effective from 20th April.
Visa holders who had taken the second vaccination dose two weeks ago would avoid the quarantine procedures. But, these rules are also applicable for those who have arrived in the Maldives to work in daycare centers, health centers, and academic institutes. Tourists from any country can visit the Maldives from 15th July. Moreover, this country has released its own Covid-19 vaccine. It makes foreign travelers more confident.