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5 September 2021
All arriving passengers are required to complete quarantine at a government-assigned site for at 14 days (21 days if originating in the United States), during which the government will administer at least three (3) mandatory COVID-19 tests. All foreign nationals are required to pay for their own quarantine costs. Hotel quarantine assignments are determined based on risk assessments conducted by the National Health Emergency Operations Centre. Travelers are advised to contact NHEOC_REPAT@moh.gov.sb well ahead of time regarding quarantine arrangements. Passengers from low risk countries must present two negative COVID-19 tests, one taken 14 days prior to departure and a final test taken no sooner than three days prior to departure. These passengers are subject to two weeks mandatory training and multiple COVID tests while in quarantine
Passengers from high risk countries must present three negative COVID-19 tests, one taken 18-21 days prior to departure, one taken 8-11 days prior to departure, and a final test taken no sooner than three days prior to departure. These passengers are subject to two weeks mandatory quarantine and multiple COVID tests while in quarantine
Vaccine authorised to be used in the country
Oxford Astra Zeneca through COVAX, BBIBP-CorV (Beijing)
Closed. The Solomon Islands are border closed with no passengers except for residents and nationals permitted entry. Nationals who have been to high risk countries recently will be put into mandatory 14-day quarantine. They should also present a completed Traveler Public Health Declaration Card upon arrival.