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Kiribati Government start repatriating stranded nationals in Fiji
04:58 am GMT+12, 19/11/2020, Kiribati

The Government of Kiribati’s repatriation arrangements for stranded Kiribati citizens in Fiji commenced today, Thursday, 19 November 2020

The scheduled repatriation from Fiji follows a series of announcements from the Office of the President to undertake the repatriation.

A total of 62 Kiribati citizens who have been tested and confirmed negative of the COVID-19 arrived today on a chartered flight from Fiji.

All the repatriated citizens will stay in quarantined for two weeks (14 days) at designated quarantine centres in Bikenibeu before they are allowed to go home.

SOURCE: KIRIBATI GOVT/PACNEWS


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