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:
7th December 2022 – 4:50 PM
Next update: 8th December December 2022
Latest Travel Advisory Issued 21 October 2022
Issued 21 October 2022
- 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.
- 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 a negative Supervised Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) result no more than 24 hours before departure, effective as from flight due 24th October 2022.
iv. Evidence of health travel insurance that includes costs for a medical evacuation if he/she is
a non-resident of Niue;
- Exceptions are as follows:
v. Those under the ages of 3 years are exempt from pre-departure testing;
vi. Those under the ages of 16 years are not required to provide proof of vaccination
vii. Further exemptions may be granted on ‘exceptional circumstances only’, subject to the
Immigration (COVID-19) Regulations 2022.
- Niue’s Maritime Border opened on 1 October 2022. Entry requirements into Niue remain in place, including the need for a Travel Pass.
- Please note this Travel Advisory is subject to be reviewed and amended as required.
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.
Evidence of a negative Supervised Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) result no more than 24 hours before departure, effective from flight due 24th October 2022.
Wear a mask and keep up to date with your vaccinations.