Fiji Travel Health Advice
No vaccination certificates are required for entry to Fiji, except for a yellow fever vaccination certificate from travellers entering Fiji within 10 days of having stayed overnight or longer in infected areas. Although they are not required, vaccinations for hepatitis A and hepatitis B may be recommended by a doctor for travel to Fiji.
Visitors to Fiji should practice strict food, water and personal hygiene precautions to prevent typhoid as well as other diarrhoeal disease. A typhoid vaccine is recommended for all travellers to Fiji, except short-term visitors who dine only at major restaurants and hotels, such as cruise passengers. Visitors should drink only bottled water or boil water before drinking if none is available.
The mosquito-borne disease, dengue fever, is a serious risk between November and April. Preventive measures include wearing long-sleeved clothes and using insect repellent at all times. The medical facilities in Fiji are adequate for uncomplicated treatment, but travel insurance with provision for medical evacuation to Australia or New Zealand is advised.