The Solomon Islands Government through its Customs Division has tightened vessels entry procedures in the country as part of measures to contain COVID-19 from the country.
Solomon Islands currently has recorded no confirmed cases of the virus but authorities are intensifying all travel restrictions to contain any possible outbreak.
In its latest advisory on incoming vessels including Cargo vessels, Ore vessels, Bulk carriers, Tank ships, Supply and Bunker vessels, Logging vessels, Fishing vessels, Pleasure craft, Yachts and Super yachts, Cruise liners and other marine and scientific vessels, the Government has directed that all arriving and departing vessels may elect to clear formalities in Honiara or at Noro ports.
The restrictions further prohibits all Health, Customs or Immigration clearance services at any other location, including at suffrage wharves.
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