Starting July 4th, a traveler will only need to present required documentation to airline or airline representative in order to enter Palau, according to latest MOH Directive 20-21 that went into effect on June 17th, 2021.
Palau government has discontinued its Quarantine Certification Application System.
Entry requirements under the new directive states that all travelers are required to show valid proof of full vaccination, final dose received at least 14 days prior to arrival in Palau. Vaccine record must also show clearly date (s) and number dose(s) received as well as vaccine brand that is either US FDA or WHO approved or authorized for COVID-19. Proof of these requirements must be submitted to the airline if traveling on commercial airline.
All travelers must also provide valid negative PCR COVID-19 (any type of PCR test, including NAAT, RT-PCR, qPCR, RT-LAMP, TMA, molecular test, isothermal amplification, ddPCR, or CRISPR), a result taken within 3 days of departure to Palau or proof of COVID-19 recover if previously infected. Again, proof must be shown to airline representative if traveling via airline.
Children under 3 years old are exempted from entry testing requirement and unvaccinated travelers under 12 years old may enter Palau and undergo same requirements as vaccinated persons.
Testing and mitigation orders are given to arriving passengers who must undergo testing on the 5th day of arrival.
For all other requirements, a traveler or traveler representative may visit site for more information.

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