The official website of COVID-19 information for Niue.
Our priority is to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 and to protect the health, social and economic wellbeing of the people in Niue.
Statistics accurate as of:
23rd March 2023 – 3:30 PM
Latest Travel Advisory Issued
Issued 9 February 2023
1. ALL travellers are required to complete the Niue Travellers Declaration Form and must receive a Travel Pass for entry into Niue. Failure to present a Travel Pass will result in denial
of entry into Niue.
2. Approval of a Travel Pass is subject to the following:
i. Evidence that he/she is legally allowed to travel to Niue;
ii. Evidence that he/she is fully vaccinated for COVID-19 in line with the vaccines
approved (Annex 1) or a Vaccine Certificate for International Travel;
iii. Evidence of health travel insurance that includes costs for a medical evacuation if he/she is a non-resident of Niue;
3. Exceptions are as follows:
i. Those under the ages of 16 years are not required to provide proof of vaccination
ii. Further exemptions may be granted on ‘exceptional circumstances only’, subject to the Immigration (COVID-19) Regulations 2023.
4. Niue’s Maritime Border opened on 1 October 2022. Entry requirements into Niue remain in place, including the need for a Travel Pass.
Everyone travelling to Niue by air must complete a declaration, and receive a Traveller Pass, before they travel. This includes Niuean citizens and residents, children and infants.
Wear a mask and keep up to date with your vaccinations.