Immigration introduces Traveller Health Declaration

Amidst the reopening of the Maldives border on 15th July 2020, Maldives Immigration introduces “Traveller Health Declaration” to expedite the process of pre-arrival and pre-departure health information in accordance with the health requirements of the Maldives. All travellers travelling to and from Maldives are required to submit a self-declarative health declaration within 24 hours prior to their travel.

Traveller Health Declaration has to be filled and submitted via the online portal of Maldives Immigration, “Imuga”, imuga.immigration.gov.mv. It can also be viewed by visiting the official website of Maldives Immigration, www.immigration.gov.mv, and then selecting “Imuga” from the Menu Bar.

All the travellers, including tourists, work visa and other visa holders, and Maldivians have to submit the Traveller Health Declaration. The main objective is to mitigate health risks and ease immigration procedures.

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