The Seychelles has re-opened to vaccinated holidaymakers ‘from any part of the world’.
The archipelago has begun vaccinating it’s residents and aims to have 70% of the population vaccinated by mid-March.
Its population is roughly 99,000.
A spokesperson for the Seychelles Tourist Board said: “With immediate effect, Seychelles will be welcoming vaccinated visitors from any part of the world.”
“We need to fast rebuild our industry, for our economic prosperity depends on it.”
Holidaymakers will still have to provide proof of a negative Covid PCR test taken with 72 hours of travel and non-vaccinated visitors, with some exceptions, are still unable to enter the Seychelles.