Earlier today, the Republic of Mauritius has announced that it is waiving off the requirement for foreign travellers where they had to produce a negative RT-PCR test. Earlier, fully vaccinated travellers should produce a negative RT-PCR test taken 72 hours before arrival to enter this beautiful Island nation.
As per the reports, on March 12th the Ministry of Health and Wellness of Mauritius has scrapped this requirement.
With this, travelling to the beautiful island nation located in the Indian Ocean is easy for business and leisure travelling.
Director of Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority Arvind Bundhun, referring to this new rule said that they are delighted that the ministry of health and wellness has reviewed sanitary protocol for visitors to enter Mauritius.
This will further enrich the experience of travelling to Mauritius as travel will now be streamlined and this move will also increase the boost in tourism as demand to travel is currently ramping up.
Mauritius has seen a huge demand an increased number of tourists since last October following the reopening of borders which coincided with the relaxation of travel restrictions.
Reports are to go by, around 90% of Mauritius’ adult population has been fully vaccinated, while the booster dose is also picking up momentum in the island nation.