With the gradual opening of the tourism industry after the pandemic, the island nation of Fiji has addressed billionaires who are looking to withdraw during the pandemic.
The Fiji Islands consist of 300 islands and are the main source of income for tourism. The island nation usually accounts for over 40% of the GDP that comes from tourism.
Call to all billionaires to retreat to the islands as a retreat Prime Minister of Fiji Josaia "Frank" Voreqe Bainimarama wrote on Twitter: "So let's say you are a billionaire who flies your jet, rent your island and invest millions of dollars in Fiji would like to do this – if you have taken all the necessary health precautions and paid all the associated costs, you may have a new home to escape the pandemic in paradise. "
Prosecutor General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum said the group of high-ranking individuals is open to visiting Fiji with all necessary health precautions.
The Attorney General said: “In our view, this is a balance between managing our health risks and opening up the economic avenues. That is vital. "
On the initiative of "Blue Lanes", Fiji also welcomes tourists who arrive by private yacht. The attorney general said that visitors traveling on a yacht must be quarantined on their ship for 14 days and move freely after the Covid 19 test results are negative.
The attorney general also added that the nation will welcome the film and television team as long as they follow quarantine measures.
According to the World Health Organization, Fiji has confirmed a total of 18 coronavirus infections. There have been no deaths from the virus and no new cases have been diagnosed since mid-April.
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