Border Entry 🚫 - Restrictions 🚫
  • Entry Requirements

    • 🏠 Quarantine - 🚫 No, quarantine not required

    • πŸ“‹ Test - πŸ”… Test not required

    • 😷 Masks - πŸ”… Masks are not required

  • Internal Restrictions

    • 🎊 Events - βœ… Social distancing measure.

    • πŸ” Attractions - 🚫 Open

    • 🚎 Transportation - βœ… Operational

    • πŸ›’ Shopping - βœ… Open

    • πŸ” Restaurants - ⚠️ Open with restrictions

Internal Restrictions

Shops, restaurants, bars, and other public places are mostly open as normal. There are some restrictions on travel between the islands of Micronesia by air and sea, journeys will only be permitted if: you’re an essential worker; you’re travelling as a result of a family emergency; or you’re returning to your state or residence, or location on employment or educational institution. You should follow the advice of local authorities on social distancing measures.

Internal Restrictions: March 21, 2020 - PRESENT

Entry Requirements

Federated States of Micronesia has declared a β€œstate of public health emergency”. No passengers are allowed to disembark any air or sea vessel originating outside of Federated States of Micronesia, with the exception of individuals granted an exception from the National Government or those working on commercial sea vessels abiding precautionary measures and protocols.

Border Restrictions: March 21, 2020 - PRESENT

Entry Regulations

Published 06.01.2021 1. Passengers and airline crew are not allowed to enter. - This does not apply to passengers arriving on humanitarian flights. 2. Passengers must have a printed medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 3 days before departure from the first embarkation point. The certificate must be in English. 3. Passengers are subject to quarantine for 14 days and medical screening upon arrival.

Last Update: September 2, 2021

Latest Changes

July 30
  • ⚠️ Everyone over 18 will have to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. TheWestAustralian