Traveling to Maldives during the Pandemic

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Negative PCR test

A certificate showing a negative PCR test taken a maximum of 96 hours prior to your flight departing from your country of origin. This is a requirement for all passengers including children above 1 years old.

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Health Declaration Form

The online health declaration form must also be completed within the 24 hour period prior to arrival in the Maldives and requires your PCR certificate to be uploaded.

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Pre-Confirmed booking

Travelers must have a pre-paid hotel booking/accommodation and confirmed onward/return tickets to home country or to country of residence.

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Passport Validity

Foreign passports and other valid travel documents accepted for entry must be valid for a minimum of 01 month (30 days) from the arrival date.

New Ease in Restrictions in Safety Measures to Safeguard Against COVID-19

HPA New restriction measures published on 27 January 2021 

1. Effective from 27 January 2021, all events, parties, and gatherings in Greater Malé Area are to be halted
2. Effective from 27 January 2021, curfew hours are to be imposed in Greater Malé Area from 12am to 4am
3. Effective from 27 January 2021, persons travelling from Greater Malé Area to other inhabited islands must observe mandatory quarantine of 10 days
4. Effective from 29 January 2021, international arrivals except tourists must observe mandatory quarantine of 10 days

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