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Cook Islands drops all Covid travel restrictions

Thursday 15 September 2022 | Written by Matthew Littlewood | Published in National

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Cook Islands drops all Covid travel restrictions
The single port of entry requirement for maritime vessels entering the Cook Islands has now been amended to include the ports of Aitutaki, Atiu, Tongareva and Pukapuka in addition to Rarotonga. Pictured is a cruise ship that visited Rarotonga late last month. 22083105

The Cook Islands is now in a post-pandemic state of affairs, thanks to its relaxation of travel requirements according to the Prime Minister Mark Brown.

The Cook Islands is now in a post-pandemic state of affairs, thanks to its relaxation of travel requirements according to the Prime Minister Mark Brown.


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