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COVID-19 statistics in the Maldives on 19.10.21

Total cases 86211 46 today cases
Active cases 1255 23 critical cases
Recovered 84718
Total deaths 238 0 deaths today

Page content:

  1. Rules of entry to the Maldives during the COVID-19 pandemic
  2. Is there a quarantine upon arrival in the Maldives
  3. If you have symptoms of coronavirus
  4. If the coronavirus is confirmed in the Maldives
  5. How everything happens upon arrival at the airport
  6. Obtaining a visa to the Maldives
  7. About vaccinations and vaccinated in the Maldives
  8. Non-tourist trips to the Maldives
  9. Moving between islands
  10. Rules of conduct in the Maldives during the coronavirus
  11. Rest in the Big Male area
  12. Post for testing for coronavirus for tourists who leave on pleasure boats
  13. Launch of the first travel insurance against COVID-19 in the Maldives
  14. Which airlines fly to the Maldives
  15. Maldives Travel News
  16. What hotels are open in the Maldives now

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Rules for entering the Maldives during the COVID-19 pandemic

As of October 11, 2021, the basic rules for visiting the Maldives during COVID-19 for tourists are as follows:

  1. Upon arrival, it is necessary to present a negative PCR test for COVID-19, made a maximum of 96 hours (four days) before departure to the Maldives (from the first port of embarkation on the way to the Maldives). Completion of any existing COVID-19 vaccination does not exempt from the above requirement.
  2. An online health declaration must be completed within 24 hours of arriving in the Maldives and when leaving the islands. To fill out the form, follow the link.
  3. Citizens of any country including tourists from South Asia can visit the Maldives.
  4. In order for tourists to visit the local islands of the Maldives, they must be vaccinated (14 days must pass from the moment of the second dose of the vaccine). If tourists are not vaccinated, the local island can be visited, provided that 90% of the island's population and 90% of the employees of all guest houses on the island are vaccinated.

For more information on the rules for visiting the Maldives during the COVID-19 coronavirus, read below.

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What certificate is needed to enter the Maldives? PCR test requirements for COVID-19

To ensure the safety of tourists, the Maldives Health Protection Agency (HPA) has introduced a mandatory requirement for all tourists and other travelers entering the Maldives for short or long term stays to present a negative PCR test for COVID-19.

Children under one year of age are exempt from the mandatory COVID-19 test.

Requirements for a PCR test for COVID-19 to enter the Maldives:

  1. Confirmation of a negative result of a PCR test for COVID-19 in English.
  2. The PCR test must be performed a maximum of 96 hours (four days) before departure to the Maldives (from the first port of embarkation on the way to the Maldives). If a passenger transits while traveling, the initial PCR test will be valid if the transit does not exceed 24 hours. If a passenger is in transit for more than 24 hours, he must undergo a second PCR test within 96 hours before boarding at the port of transit.
  3. The document must clearly state the name and address of the laboratory, the test result, and the date and time when the sample was taken. The document must be in English.
  4. A document with a confirmed negative PCR test for COVID-19 must be attached to the online health declaration, which must be completed within 24 hours prior to arrival in the Maldives. The health declaration must also be completed within 24 hours prior to departure from the Maldives.
  5. Completion of any existing COVID-19 vaccination does not exempt from the requirement to submit a COVID-19 PCR test to visit the Maldives.
More details on how, where and why to fill out the Health Declaration.


Do I need to take a PCR test for COVID-19 before leaving the Maldives

Tourists who were vacationing on the resort islands do not need to take a PCR test for COVID-19 before leaving the Maldives. However, check out some of the nuances:

  1. If a tourist has stayed at a guesthouse at any time during his stay in the Maldives, he must pass a PCR test for COVID-19 72 hours before the scheduled departure time from the Maldives. The tourist pays for the PCR test at his own expense.
  2. In addition, during the on-site screening, if any tourist is found to have a fever or symptoms suggestive of COVID-19 within the last 14 days, they must undergo a PCR test for COVID-19 at their own expense. If a tourist with coronavirus symptoms is traveling in a group, the whole group will need to pass a PCR test for COVID-19.
  3. At the airport, at the time of arrival or departure, random PCR testing for COVID-19 may be performed. The cost of such testing is borne by the Government of the Maldives.
  4. Pay attention to the requirements of the airline you have chosen to fly to / from the Maldives. Some airlines may require a negative COVID-19 PCR test to board an aircraft.
  5. Please note the requirements of the country of arrival after departure from Maldives. Some countries, including your home country, may require a COVID-19 PCR test to enter the country.

Is there a quarantine on arrival the Maldives

  1. For travelers for tourism who have not found symptoms of COVID-19, there is no mandatory quarantine upon arrival in the Maldives.
  2. If the purpose of the visit to the Maldives is non-tourist. For example, on a work visa or you are a citizen of the Maldives, upon arrival in the country you must undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine, including a PCR test for COVID-19. However, as of July 8, 2021, those who received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine two weeks before travel do not need to undergo mandatory travel quarantine. Subject to a negative PCR test for COVID-19, performed 72 hours prior to arrival in the Maldives. Confirmation must be obtained through the “HAALUBELUN PORTAL”.

Return quarantine from Maldives

Please note that your home country may require you to undergo mandatory quarantine after visiting the Maldives, or pass a PCR test for COVID-19. Please check the relevant information on the official website of your country's Ministry of Tourism before visiting the Maldives.

If you develop symptoms of coronavirus

  1. If, upon arrival in the Maldives, symptoms of coronavirus are found, the arrivals will need to pass a PCR test for COVID-19 at their own expense. If the passenger arrives in a group, then the whole group will need to pass a PCR test for COVID-19.
  2. For PCR testing, arrivals will be taken to the testing area and then to the transit point until the results are obtained. The Maldivian government is committed to ensuring that test results are available as soon as possible, no later than 24 hours after the sample is taken.
  3. The Government of Maldives will not bear the cost of PCR tests and will not remain at the transit point. The Government of the Maldives bears the cost of PCR tests only in case of random testing of arrivals to the Maldives.

If, within 14 days before the desired trip to the Maldives, you have been in contact with a patient with coronavirus or have had symptoms of COVID-19, the Maldives government does not recommend going to the islands.

If coronavirus is confirmed in Maldives

Coronavirus in the Maldives can be confirmed under the following circumstances:

  1. Upon arrival in the Maldives, the temperature is measured at the airport and the general condition is monitored. If arrivals have clear symptoms of COVID-19, passengers will be escorted to a separate room to have a PCR test for COVID-19.
  2. If you do not have symptoms of COVID-19, but you traveled in a group with those who have such symptoms, you will all need to take a PCR test for COVID-19, at your own expense.
  3. If you have stayed at the guesthouse at any time during your trip to the islands, before leaving the Maldives, you must take a PCR test for COVID-19, 72 hours before the scheduled departure time.
  4. If you develop symptoms of COVID-19 while on holiday in the Maldives, you will need to take a PCR test.

If you are in the Maldives and have confirmed COVID-19, then:

  • Mandatory 14-day quarantine will be introduced in accordance with WHO recommendations for you and close contacts.
  • You cannot travel to the islands during quarantine.
  • Detailed information about all expenses for treatment, quarantine and tests can be transferred to you at the place of stay, for example at a resort.
  • The costs incurred by the need to undergo quarantine are borne by tourists. Depending on the course of the disease and the rules of the resort, tourists can be quarantined at the resort or in specially designated areas in the Maldives.
  • Before visiting the Maldives, check if your travel insurance covers any expenses that may arise due to the quarantine in the Maldives.

How everything happens upon arrival, at the airport

  1. At Velana International Airport, the main airport in the Maldives, hand sanitizers are freely available, as well as floor markings and other signs to maintain a social distance of one meter (three steps).
  2. In addition, everyone must wear a face mask.
  3. When you enter the arrivals terminal and walk to the immigration office, you will be guided past the thermal imaging cameras. Those who show symptoms of COVID-19 will be asked to go to a separate room for a PCR test for COVID-19.
  4. The Government of Maldives may undertake random testing at its own expense.
  5. At the customs, when crossing the border, you will need to show a QR code, which is assigned after completing the Declaration of Health. The health declaration must be completed within 24 hours prior to arrival in the Maldives. When filling out the declaration, you must attach a document with a negative result of a PCR test for COVID-19 in English. As a rule, a certificate with a negative PCR test is not asked at customs (since it has already been entered into the database when filling out the Declaration of Health), but, nevertheless, it is recommended to have an electronic and paper original with you.
  6. Upon arrival, tourists receive a 30-day visa free of charge.


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Getting a visa to the Maldives

The procedure for obtaining a visa to the Maldives, due to the situation with the coronavirus, has not changed.

  1. Upon arrival at the airport, tourists receive a 30-day visa free of charge.
  2. Passport must be valid for at least 1 month from the date of your intended departure for the Maldives.
  3. Confirmed pre-booking at a registered tourist facility is a prerequisite for obtaining a visa. You can find and book a hotel in the Maldives here.
  4. Extension of the tourist visa will have access for long-term tourists without any additional fees.

About vaccinations and vaccinated in the Maldives

Travelers to the Maldives (including tourists) who have received two doses of COVID-19 vaccination or a prescribed dose of vaccine 2 weeks prior to travel, approved by the World Health Organization, Emergency Use Listing (EUL), Maldives Food and Drug Administration or any other competent authorities of the respective countries are still required to provide a negative PCR test for COVID-19 to enter the Maldives.

The sample for the specified PCR test must be taken no more than 96 hours before the scheduled departure time from the first port of embarkation en route to the Maldives. This requirement does not apply to children under one year of age.

According to the local Health Protection Agency (HPA) dated 11/10/2021, in the Maldives, 389,821 people received the first dose of the vaccine, and 326,821 Maldivians were vaccinated with the second dose. This is 93% fully vaccinated in the Maldives.

Non-tourist trips to the Maldives

If a visit to the country is planned for work or for any other purpose other than a tourist trip, the requirements for visiting will be more stringent. In this case, mandatory preliminary online registration for self-isolation is required through the web portal.

From May 6, 2021, persons arriving in the Maldives from other countries, with the exception of tourists, must comply with a mandatory 14-day quarantine. However, as of July 8, 2021, those who received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine two weeks before travel do not need to undergo mandatory travel quarantine. Subject to a negative PCR test for COVID-19, performed 72 hours prior to arrival in the Maldives. Confirmation must be obtained through the “HAALUBELUN PORTAL”.

If online registration is not available, then written documents can be completed at the local health department office.

Travelers arriving for a short-term business visit (less than 7 days) must obtain a special permit from the Health Protection Agency. A permit request must be emailed to eoclegal@health.gov.mv by the relevant / associated local agency on behalf of the traveler.

Moving between islands

Tourists can travel to other islands on day trips or on a split booking basis after obtaining permission from the Ministry of Tourism. In more detail:

  1. The local islands can only be visited by vaccinated tourists. If tourists are not vaccinated, local islands can be visited, provided that 60% of the island's population and 95% of employees of all guest houses on the island are vaccinated.
  2. Local islands of the Maldives that can be visited by unvaccinated tourists: Maafushi, Thoddoo, Rasdhoo, Ukulhas, Dhigurah, Dharavandhoo, Mathiveri and others. On these islands, 90% of the island's population and 90% of the workers of all guest houses on the island are vaccinated. The complete list of islands is here.
  3. Tourists can travel from one resort to another, but only if none of them is under monitoring or there is no COVID-19 outbreak on any of them.
  4. Tourists can travel from one guesthouse (island) to another, but only if none of them is under monitoring or there is no COVID-19 outbreak on any of them.
  5. Tourists can travel from resort to guesthouse and vice versa. Please note: if you are staying at the guesthouse at any time during your trip to the Maldives, you will need to do a PCR test for COVID-19 before leaving the islands (72 hours before your scheduled departure from Maldives).
  6. The above trips between the islands must be approved by the Ministry of Tourism. This can be done at splitstays@tourism.gov.mv within two days of your planned trip.
  7. For a day visit (no overnight stay) between resorts, guesthouses, resorts and guesthouses and vice versa - no prior approval is required. However, in order to avoid the spread of COVID-19, tourists will need to undergo an on-site screening before traveling from a guesthouse (on one island) to another guesthouse (island).

Code of Conduct in the Maldives during Coronavirus

In the Maldives, all tourists are required to a Guideline for restarting tourism wear masks at the airport, during domestic flights and in all enclosed public areas.

The Maldives has a Guideline for restarting tourism. It details the specifics of tourism in the Maldives during the coronavirus restrictions. We will discuss the most important provisions of the Guide below.

Quarantine restrictions in restaurants, cafes, hotels, spas and other establishments

The same rules and restrictions apply as in most European countries.

Service in establishments

When visiting restaurants or cafes, you must wash your hands or use hand sanitizer when entering. Self-service in catering establishments is not permitted. Personnel are obliged to observe all safety precautions. Namely:

  • There must be a distance of at least 1 meter between the tables.
  • Using the printed menu is not recommended.
  • Each facility should be provided with natural or artificial ventilation.
  • The owners of the establishment are obliged to ensure compliance with the entire list of restrictions and rules, which were officially approved and published on August 2, 2020.
  • Service personnel have the right to require social distancing and other safety measures.

Visiting tourist sites

Gyms can be visited without restrictions, but only by prior reservation. Distance and space required.

Spas and saunas can limit the number of visitors and frequently disinfect.

Pools and water parks do not require special ordering of places. However, this also has its limitations. Pools have a social distancing rule so there may be queues or skip delays. You must take a shower before using the pool.

Beaches. No personal protective equipment required, however sun loungers and seating are subject to social distancing. Local authorities recommend not to hold sports events on the beaches until the end of the quarantine restrictions. Closed rubbish bins must be installed.

Rest in the Big Male area

Tourists who are going to relax in the Greater Male area must undergo a PCR test for COVID-19 before leaving the Maldives. A sample for testing must be received no later than 72 hours before departure from the Maldives. The result of this PCR test must be negative for tourists to travel. The guest house or hotel must ensure that the traveler has received the PCR results prior to departure.

On June 16, 2021, a lockdown was introduced on the local islands and extended until October, 2021. The restriction was introduced as part of measures to combat the spread of COVID-19. During this period, it is necessary to maintain a distance in public places and wear a mask. It is allowed to gather in a group of up to 30 people.


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Coronavirus Testing Post for Tourists Departing on Pleasure Boats

A COVID-19 sampling post has been set up near the popular Hulhumale 'Safari Jetty area. An initiative of the National Boating Association of the Maldives (NBAM) in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism (HDC), the Healthcare Agency (HPA) and the Maldives Police Service (MPS).

Samples are taken free of charge, upon prior order. Testing costs are borne by the Boating Association.

Launch of Maldives' First COVID-19 Travel Insurance

COVID-19 travel insurance has been introduced in the Maldives since October 2020. The Ministry of Tourism, together with Allied Insurance, developed an insurance policy that covers the costs of treating COVID-19, including costs of isolation, transportation to a medical facility.

You can purchase one of two packages: Allied Inbound and Allied Inbound Plus. The insurance can be taken out for 7 days or more. You must purchase it before flying to the Maldives.

Which airlines fly to the Maldives

As of October 2021, 36 airlines fly to the Maldives. Of these, 10 airlines operate charter flights. At the moment, most of the flights to the Maldives are carried out by Emirates, then Qatar and IndiGo. The list is compiled in descending order, starting with those who carry the most passengers to the Maldives:

  1. Emirates
  2. Qatar
  3. IndiGo
  4. Go Air
  5. Aeroflot
  6. Turkish Airlines
  7. Fly Dubai
  8. Lufthansa
  9. Azur Air Russia
  10. Austrian Airlines
  11. Edelweiss
  12. Condor
  13. Etihad Airways
  14. Sri Lankan Airlines
  15. Air India
  16. British Airways
  17. Maldivian
  18. Silk Air
  19. Gulf Air
  20. Air France
  21. Air Seychelles
  22. Saudi Arabian Airlines
  23. Singapore Airlines
  24. Blue Panorama
  25. SpiceJet

Charter flights are operated by:

  1. Air Astana
  2. Azur Air Ukraine
  3. Gullivair
  4. Lot Polish Airlines
  5. Ukraine International
  6. Scat Airlines
  7. Uzbekistan Airways
  8. Blue Air
  9. Vistara


Maldives Travel News

Maldives Receives Safe Travels Stamp from World Tourism and Travel Council (WTTC)

In September 2020, the measures the Maldives has taken to safeguard the health and safety of tourists in line with the WTTC's global safe travel protocols were assessed by the World Travel and Tourism Council with the Safe Travels Stamp.

The purpose of this label is to instill confidence in travelers and restore consumer confidence in travel and tourism, as well as to ensure that travelers have increased hygiene standards and the confidence that they can experience safe travel again. The Safe Travels Stamp has also been approved by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and over 200 travel companies.

Maldives became the world's top travel destination in 2020

At the end of 2020, the Maldives received the "Travel Oscar" - the World's Leading Destination from the world famous World Travel Awards, which has been held annually since 1993. Thus, the Maldives has been voted the best travel destination in the world. This is the first time the islands have received such an award, not least because of their COVID-19 program and applicable security measures. The Maldives competed with leading tourism destinations: Mauritius, Spain, UAE, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and 17 other countries.

What hotels are open in the Maldives Now?

In total, 151 resorts, 3 yacht marinas, 5 hotels in the Greater Male region, 139 passenger tourist ships, 60 guesthouses in Greater Male and 366 outside it, as well as 5 transit hotels are preparing to receive guests in the Maldives.

As of October 11, 2021, all 151 resorts, according to the Ministry of Tourism of the Maldives, can already receive tourists. Below is a list of resorts in the Maldives, where you can already book vacation spots. We follow the updates and will constantly update the information.

You can also choose and book a resort or guesthouse in the Maldives in the WIOTTO catalog.

Resort name

Atoll

Island

Number of places to stay

Number of rooms

Cocoon Maldives

Lhaviyani

Ookolhu Finolhu

302

151

Fihalhohi Island Resort

Kaafu

Fihalhohi

300

150

Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa

Kaafu

Kuda Huraa

220

110

Furaveri Island Resort & Spa

Raa

Furaveri

214

107

Grand Park Kodhipparu Maldives

Kaafu

Kodhipparu

250

125

Hard Rock Hotel Maldives

Kaafu

-

396

198

Kudafushi Resort & Spa

Raa

Kudafushi

214

107

Oblu Select by Atmosphere at Sangeli

Kaafu

Akirifushi

288

114

Olhuveli Beach and Spa Maldives

Kaafu

Olhuveli

602

301

Ozen By Atmosphere At Maadhoo

Kaafu

Maadhoo

204

102

Saii Lagoon Maldives

Kaafu

-

340

170

Soneva Jani

Noonu

Medhufaru

74

37

Taj Exotica Resort and Spa
Maldives

Kaafu

Embudhu Finolhu

134

64

The Residence Maldives At Dhigurah

Gaafu

Alifu

Dhigurah

127

118

You & Me By Cocoon

Raa

Uthurumaafaru

218

109

Angsana Resort & Spa Maldives Ihuru

Kaafu

Ihuru

90

45

Banyan Tree Maldives Vabbinfaru

Kaafu

Vabbinfaru

96

48

Constance Halaveli Resort

Alifu Alifu

Halaveli

172

86

Radisson Blu Resort

Alifu
Dhaalu

Huruelhi

320

160

Paradise Island Resort and
Spa

Kaafu

Lankanfinolhu

568

284

Cinnamon Dhonveli
Maldives

Kaafu

Kanuoiy Huraa

296

148

Cinnamon Velifushi Maldives

Vaavu

Aarah

180

90

Cinnamon Hakuraa Huraa
Maldives

Meemu

Hakuraahuraa

160

80

Ellaidhoo Maldives By
Cinnamon

Alifu Alifu

Ellaidhoo

224

112

Ayada Maldives

Gaafu
Dhaalu

Magudhdhuvaa

200

100

Noku Maldives

Noonu

Kudafunafaru

100

50

Amaya Kuda Rah Maldives

Alifu
Dhaalu

Kudarah

102

51

One & Only Reethi Rah

Kaafu

Medhufinolhu

268

134

Adaaran Prestige Vadoo

Kaafu

Vaadhoo

100

50

Gangehi Island Resort

Alifu Alifu

Gangehi

72

36

Vakkaru Maldives

Baa

Vakkaru

248

124

Anantara Kihavah Villas

Baa

Kihavah Huravalhi

178

89

Emerald Maldives Resort & Spa Fasmendho

Raa

Fasmendhoo

266

133

Joali Muravandhoo

Raa

Muravandhoo

160

80

Royal Island Resort and Spa

Baa

Horubadhoo

304

152

Centara Ras Fushi Resort & Spa

Kaafu

Giraavaru

280

140

Dusit Thani Maldives

Baa

Mudhdhoo

208

104

Six Senses Laamu

Laamu

Olhuveli

194

97

Sun Island Resort and Spa

Alifu Dhaalu

Nalaguraidhoo

924

462

Holiday Island Resort and Spa

Alifu Dhaalu

Dhiffushi

284

142

Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi

Kaafu

Ithaafushi

272

136

Bandos Maldives

Kaafu

Bandos

430

215

Coco Palm Dhunikolhu

Baa

Dhunikolhu

196

98

Coco Bodu Hithi

Kaafu

Boduhithi

200

100

Sun Aqua Iru Veli Maldives

Dhaalu

Aluvifushi

242

121

The Sun Siyam Iru Fushi Maldives

Noonu

Medhafushi

448

224

Biyadhoo Island Resort

Kaafu

Biyaadhoo

192

96

Nika Island Resort and Spa

Alifu Alifu

Kudafolhudhoo

104

52

Cheval Blanc Randheli

Noonu

Randheli

120

60

Lux South Ari Atoll Maldives Dhidhdhoo

Alifu Dhaalu

Dhaalu Dhidhdhoo

394

197

Maafushivaru Maldives

Alifu Dhaalu

Maafushivaru

162

81

Riu Atoll and Riu Palace Maldivas

Dhaalu

Maafushi and Kedhigandu

880

440

Holiday Inn Resort Kandooma Maldives

Kaafu

Kandoomafushi

322

161

Komandoo Island Resort

Lhaviyan

Komandoo

130

65

COMO Cocoa Island

Kaafu

Makunufushi

66

33

The Nautilus Maldives

Baa

Thiladhoo

62

31

Hurawalhi Maldives Resort

Lhaviyani

Huravalhi

180

90

Veligandu Island Resort

Alifu Alifu

Veligan'du

182

91

Embudhu Village

Kaafu

Embudhu

236

118

Kudadoo Maldives Private Island

Lhaviyani

Kudadhoo

34

17

Summer Island Village

Kaafu

Ziyaaraiyfushi

314

157

Adaaran Select Meedhupparu

Raa

Meedhupparu

470

235

Adaaran Club Rannalhi

Kaafu

Rannalhi

260

130

Heritance Aarah

Raa

Aarah

300

150

Meeru Island Resort and Spa

Kaafu

Meerufenfushi

572

286

Kandima Maldives

Dhaalu

Kadinma

544

272

Milaidhoo Island

Baa

Milaidhoo

100

50

Gili Lankanfushi

Kaafu

Lankanfushi

94

47

Drift Thelu Veliga Retreat

Alifu Dhaalu

Theluveliga

60

30

Inter Continental Maldives Maamunagau

Raa

Maamunagau

194

97

Atmosphere Kanifushi Maldives Lhaviyani Kanifushi 380 190
Finolhu Baa Atoll Maldives Baa Kanufushi 272 136
Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Alifu Dhaalu Rangalifinolhu 310 153
Anantara Resort and Spa Maldives Kaafu Dhigufinolhu 226 113
Raffles Maldives Meradhoo Resort Gaafu Alifu Meradhoo 84 42
South Palm Resort Maldives Seenu Ismehelahera & Kedevaahera 100 50
Naladhu Kaafu Veligan'du Huraa 176 88
Outrigger Konotta Maldives Resort Gaafu Dhaalu Konotta 110 55
Pullman Maldives Maamutaa Resort Gaafu Dhaalu Maamutaa 271 136
Kuramathi Maldives Alifu Alifu Kuramathi 790 395


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