COVID-19 Data and Statistics

The Cook Islands Government collects and publishes a range of data and statistics
about the Cook Islands' response to COVID-19.

Graph updated weekly. Last updated: 15 August 2022

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

ADVICE TO THE PUBLIC+

The Cook Islands Government have announced that the following changes regarding travel entry requirements are planned to take place:

  • All travellers aged 16 years and under do not need to be vaccinated from May 1
  • Pre-departure testing for international arrivals into the Cook Islands no longer required from May 1

More information will be made available on the Travel Advisory

  • New Border Entry Requirements Regulations. For more info: Border Entry Requirements
  • New Public Health Regulations. For more info: Public Health Regulations
  • Residents: Follow TMO public notices or call your Public Health Clinic to find out where you can get tested.
  • Visitors: Make contact with the COVID-19 Health and Safety officer for your accommodation.
  • For any COVID-19 related matters, please contact 56180 or 57486. These numbers will be answered 24/7.

INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL+

  • To be eligible to travel, all future visitors must meet specific requirements. For more information visit: Travel & Border Controls
  • From 31 March 2022, all travellers flying to New Zealand MUST complete the New Zealand Traveller Declaration
  • The NZ Traveller Declaration replaces the Nau Mai Ra form
  • All travellers aged 16 years and under do not need to be vaccinated from May 1
  • All International pre-departure RAT or PCR testing requirements for entry into Rarotonga removed as of May 1
  • For more info: Travel Advisory

DOMESTIC TRAVEL+

  • COVID-19 testing and vaccination requirements have been removed for all domestic travellers to the following islands; Aitutaki, Atiu, Mitiaro, Mauke, Mangaia, Pukapuka, Manihiki, Rakahanga, and Penrhyn.
  • For more information visit: Pa Enua Travel

PUBLIC HEALTH MEASURES+

  • The Public Health Measures under the COVID-19 Safe Framework outline how the Cook Islands will operate.
  • It is important that you are actively aware of these Public Health Measures to keep yourself and others safe.
  • For more info visit: Public Health Measures.

PUBLIC HEALTH CLINICS+

  • These Health Clinics will act as your first point of contact for any medical needs.
  • Ensure that you keep the contact details of your nearest Health Clinic handy and be sure to contact them and seek advice from a Te Marae Ora representative if you are feeling unwell.
  • For more info visit: Public Health Clinics.

Prime Minister's Announcements

Health Advice to the Public

Advice Blocks
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Its Pfizer
COVID-19 Vaccinations

The Pfizer vaccine is available in the Cook Islands.

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Two doses
Vaccine Doses

You will need to get 2 separate vaccine doses for the best protection. A 3rd booster shot is also recommended.

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Coughing and Sneezing
Coughing and Sneezing

Cover coughs and sneezes with your arm.

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My Vaccine Pass
Proof of Vaccination

Carry your Vaccination Certificate with you.

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Self Quarantine
Self Quarantine

Stay home if you have a fever, cough, difficulty breathing, or sore throat.

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Cooperate with Authorites
Cooperate with Authorities

Please adhere to public health measures and messages.

COVID-19 Act, Regulations & Ministerial Orders

Parliament has passed the following Acts:

COVID-19 Regulations:

Ministerial Orders & Executive Council Orders:

Category Quarantine Orders (Section 12 of the COVID-19 ACT 2020):

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