Travel Restrictions Entering Samoa from Italy for Vaccinated Travelers

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Summary

Border Status

Allowed

Travel is allowed with restrictions for vaccinated travelers

Allowed

Transit is allowed with restrictions

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7 days Possible Quarantine

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Mandatory COVID-19 Test

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Mandatory Masks

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Cases Per Million

0.00
Increased by 0.00
at 8/14/2022

Vaccinated

104.81%
Increased by 104.81%
at 8/8/2022
Return Status
Allowed

Travel is allowed

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The information on this page is applicable to people who are fully vaccinated and traveling from Italy to Samoa.

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Border Status

Allowed

Travel is allowed with restrictions for vaccinated travelers

Border Type
Air
Description

Fully vaccinated travelers are allowed to enter Samoa. Before traveling, please check the documentation, quarantine, or testing requirements.

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Allowed

Transit is allowed with restrictions

Border Type
Air
Description

Travelers are allowed to transit through Samoa. However, travelers exiting airports that they transit through must repeat a supervised COVID-19 RAT test before checking in again. Travelers transiting directly through Samoa without exiting any airport don’t have to take a COVID-19 RAT test.

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Visas

Before You Leave

Mandatory

Proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test results

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Travel Purpose
Tourism Medical Business
Description

Travelers must have a printed negative Nucleic Acid COVID-19 test (NAAT, NEAR, TMA, LAMP, SDA, RT-PCR). Travelers must take a test a maximum of 48 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.

Alternatively, travelers must have a supervised COVID-19 rapid antigen test result from a test taken a maximum of 24 hours before departure. A registered medical professional must sign the test result with a written report which travelers will present on arrival.

The documents provided should be in English. Travelers must present the lab result in hard copy upon arrival in Samoa.

Please check the source for more details.

Testing Options
  • A Nucleic Acid Test Up To 48 hours
  • A TMA Test Up To 48 hours
  • A Lamp Test Up To 48 hours
  • A RT PCR Test Up To 48 hours
  • A Sda Up To 48 hours
  • A Near Up To 48 hours
  • A Rapid Test (Professionally performed) Up To 24 hours Before Departure
  • An Antigen Test Up To 24 hours Before Departure
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Mandatory

Mandatory proof of vaccination is required for Samoa

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Description

Fully vaccinated travelers must have a valid vaccination certificate.

Vaccinated travelers must have a printed COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they received a full vaccination course at least 2 weeks before departure. The accepted 2-dose vaccines are Astra Zeneca, Pfizer, Moderna, Sinopharm, Sinovac, Covaxin, and Novavax. The accepted 1-dose vaccine is Janssen. All travelers are encouraged to have a booster dose before traveling to Samoa. Vaccine certificates must show the following information: name of the country where it was issued, the name of the traveler matching their name as it appears on their passport or birth certificate, national identification or registration number if applicable, the address of the clinic, and contact details if applicable, the name of the vaccine and batch number, dates of vaccination (including dates of booster doses), and health institution stamp.

Vaccination certificates must be in paper form, electronic copies are not accepted, and the documents should be in English.

More Details

This requirement doesn’t apply to the following travelers:

  • Travelers under the age of 12.
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On Arrival

Possible

COVID-19 test may be required on arrival

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Description

Travelers must take a COVID-19 PCR or rapid antigen test on arrival in Samoa if the health officials at the airport request.

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Possible

Quarantine may be required

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Travel Purpose
Tourism Medical Business
Description

All travelers must take a supervised COVID-19 rapid antigen test at any health facility or private clinic a maximum of 3 days after arrival and report test results via e-mail to the Ministry of Health.

Travelers with positive COVID-19 test results must quarantine for 7 days. Travelers must take another COVID-19 rapid antigen test on day 7 to exit quarantine. If the COVID-19 test is still positive, travelers must continue quarantine for another 3 days and repeat a rapid antigen test.

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While There

Mandatory

Masks are mandatory in Public

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Travel Purpose
Tourism Medical Business
Description

Travelers must wear masks at all times.

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COVID-19 Risk Information

Unknown
We have limited data on COVID-19 transmission in Samoa and can't assess the risk of traveling to this destination.
Daily New Cases Per Million more information indicator
0.00
Increased by 0.00
at
Percent Vaccinated more information indicator
104.81%
Increased by 104.81%
at
People Vaccinated more information indicator
229,291
Increased by 229,291
at
Reproduction Rate more information indicator
0.59
Increased by -0.06
at

Data is sourced from Our World In Data , and risk levels are assessed and scored based on the CDC guidelines .

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