Before travelling to Papua New Guinea, make sure you have all of your COVID-19 vaccines up to date.
Avoid travelling to Papua New Guinea if you have not received your COVID-19 vaccines.
Even if you have received all of your COVID-19 vaccines, you may still be at risk of contracting and spreading the virus.
Anyone over the age of two should wear a well-fitting mask in indoor public places.
Even if you are up to date on your COVID-19 vaccines and have a weakened immune system, you should discuss your risk with your clinician and consider delaying your trip to Papua New Guinea.
In Papua New Guinea, follow all requirements and recommendations.
COVID-19 Levels are as follows: Level 4: Special Circumstances; Level 3: High; Level 2: Moderate; Level 1: Low; Level Unknown.
If you must travel internationally, follow the requirements and recommendations for before, during, and after your trip.
Make sure you plan ahead of time and have your COVID-19 vaccines up to date before you travel.
Follow all airline and transportation operator requirements, as well as any requirements at your destination.
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Consider having a viral test performed as close to the time of departure as possible (no more than 3 days) before travel.
Other countries’ requirements may differ from those of the United States. If you do not follow the requirements of your destination, you may be denied entry and forced to return to the United States.
Everyone over the age of two, including passengers and workers, should wear a well-fitting mask or respirator in indoor areas of public transportation (such as aeroplanes, trains, buses, and ferries) and transportation hubs (such as airports, stations, and seaports), especially in crowded or poorly ventilated areas such as airport jetways.