Travelling Information / Visa

FAUTUAGA MO I LATOU E FEMALAGAA’I MO ATUNU’U I FAFO 

Ausetalia ma Niu Sila

–          E le o iai se faamaoniga e manaomia o tui puipui o le misela mo le femalagaiga i Niu Sila ma Ausetalia.

Papua New Guinea (Papua Niu Kini)

–          E manaomia le faamaoniga o tui puipui o le misela mo femalagaiga i Papua Niu Kini

Amerika Samoa:

–          E faamalosia le iai o le faamaoniga o tui puipui ae lei malaga ese mai Samoa mo Amerika Samoa.

–           Fa’amolemole e fautuaina le susū ane i le falema’i tele i Moto’otua e fa’atumu le pepa fa’amaonia o tui puipui mo le malaga.

FEMALAGAIGA I SAMOA

Femalagaiga i le va o motu:

–          E tusa ai ma le Poloaiga o le Tulaga o Fa’alavelave Fa’afuase’i; ua fa’asaina nei ona toe malaga le fanau laiti (pepe seia o’o le 19 tausaga le matutua) i le taimi nei se’ia iai seisi fa’asalalauga i le lumana’i.

Fautuaga mo femalagaiga uma:

–          E fautuaina le fa’atino o le tui puipui i totonu o le 2 vaiaso ae le’i malaga ese atu se tagata i atunu’u i fafo

 

TRAVELLERS INFORMATION and ADVICE

International:

Australia and New Zealand

  • There is no requirement to provide proof of measles vaccination to enter Australia and New Zealand.

Papua New Guinea:

  • Proof of measles vaccination is required if travelling to PNG.

American Samoa:

  • It is compulsory for all the travelers to American Samoa to get vaccinated before leaving Samoa.
  • Those who are travelling are advised to get a confirmation letter from the Ministry of Health at both the Moto’otua and Tuasivi hospitals

Domestic:

Travel between islands:

  • Under the new orders of the State of Emergency, no child under the age of 19 can’t travel between Upolu and Savai’i until further notice.

Travel recommendation:

  • Members of the public who are planning to travel internationally are recommended to ensure they are vaccinated vaccinated two weeks before travel.

TRAVELLING FROM SAMOA to NEW ZEALAND

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