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  1. Vaccination

Travelers must submit proof of complete COVID-19 vaccination with final dose administered at least fourteen (14) days prior to departure to the Republic. Vaccine received must be approved or authorized for emergency use by either the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the World Health Organization (WHO). Palau also accepts the Medigen vaccine authorized by the Republic of China – Taiwan’s health authorities. *For commercial air travel, travelers must submit proof to the airline.

  1. Negative COVID-19 PCR Test or Documentation of Recovery

 All Travelers must also provide proof of either:

    • A negative result of a COVID-19 PCR test (any type of PCR test, including NAAT, RT-PCR, qPCR, RT-LAMP, TMA, molecular test, isothermal amplification, ddPCR, or CRISPR), and such test must be taken within three (3) days prior to departure from the point of origin to the Republic; or
    • Documentation of recovery from COVID-19 which includes proof of a recent positive viral test and a letter from a healthcare provider or a public health official stating that you have recovered and are cleared to travel.  *For commercial air travel, travelers must submit proof to the airline.
  1. Testing and Mitigation Orders After Arrival
    • MANDATORY DAY 1 AND DAY 5 COVID-19 TESTING – All inbound travelers shall be subject to Mitigation Orders that include undergo mandatory COVID-19 testing on the first (1st) and fifth (5th) day following arrival in Palau. Testing shall occur at the Belau National Hospital between 8:00am – 10:30am. COVID-19 testing cost is $30.50 per test.
    • RESTRICTION OF MOVEMENT (ROM)/SELF-QUARANTINE FOR FIVE (5) DAYS – All travelers shall be subject to Mitigation Orders that include self-monitoring their health, and restricting movement to only essential travel (i.e., seeking medical attention, grocery shopping, banking, etc.) or following their Authorized Jurisdiction’s Special Conditions. Travelers are advised to avoid large crowds, avoid close contact with children under 12 years old and immunocompromised individuals, use preventive measures (i.e., handwashing), and wear a face mask and wristband (issued upon arrival) at all times during the ROM period.

Pursuant to Title 34, Palau National Code and MHHS Rules & Regulations for Isolation & Quarantine of Contagious Diseases, any violation of these requirements shall be subject to a fine of $500 and/or up to one-year imprisonment.

Ministry of Health
TEL: (680) 488-2552/2553
FAX: (680) 488-121