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Risk Ratings  


COVID-19 Impact

COVID-19 virus imageCOVID-19 Impact Rating (Travel): High -

Inbound travel significantly restricted for most travellers.

Only citizens and those who meet certain criteria for exemption  may enter. Mandatory testing and quarantine in designated facilities may apply.

COVID-19 virus imageCOVID-19 Impact Rating (Domestic Operations): Very Low -

Health and security constraints to business operations are broadly similar to pre-COVID-19.

The medical systems are at similar operating levels to pre-COVID-19, and the authorities are able to respond to medical and security threats as before. BCP should include response for potential COVID-19 disruption as standard within existing operational planning and clear escalatory indicators.

RestrictionsInboundOnly passengers who have spent at least the previous 14 days in the following countries will be considered eligible to enter Nauru:
• Australia, Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Niue, Palau, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Taiwan, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.
• Travellers wishing to enter Nauru from a country not listed above must apply for an exemption from the Nauru Government.
• Passengers who have transited through, or have been in mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao, Iran, Italy, Korea, Europe, USA or Asia (except Taiwan) in the past 21 days, will not be allowed to enter Nauru.
• All passengers must present evidence of a negative PCR COVID test, undertaken not more than three days before travel to Nauru.
• All persons travelling to Nauru are required to undergo pre-travel screening. Members should contact the relevant diplomatic representation of Nauru and airlines for further details.
• All arriving travellers will need to stay at a “Government Transition Accommodation” for quarantine of a minimum of five days or until released by the authorities. This could be up to 14 days. More information can be found here: https://www.nauruair.com/library/files/COVID/travelrestrictionsorderno912nov20_signed.pdf
(Until further notice)
OutboundIndividuals may be asked to complete a COVID-19 testing prior to departure from Nauru, if going to a destination not listed as "safe" by the authorities, testing will be on a self-pay basis.
(Until further notice)

19 Jun 2021 (Updated Daily)

Risk Summary


Please see our:

Medical and Security Alerts for Nauru

COVID-19 information for Nauru

Dedicated COVID-19 website


There are no known risks to travellers and expatriates in Nauru. The risk of a terrorist attack on the island is low, as is its crime rate.

This information is intended as a summary of the travel security environment; however, the risks can change at short notice during a crisis or evolving situation. Please check our travel security alerts to ensure you are informed of the most recent developments.


Vaccinations For Nauru
Hepatitis ARecommended for all travellers and expatriates,
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Hepatitis BRecommended for most travellers and expatriates,
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Typhoid feverRecommended for adventurous and long-term
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Routine Vaccinations

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