Health authorities in Solomon Islands have issued strict travel restrictions to try and prevent the spread of measles from neighbouring Pacific countries.
The outbreak has hit Samoa the hardest with 76 deaths as of Wednesday and more than 5300 cases recorded since October.
A statement from the Solomon Islands health ministry, issued on 11 December, said everyone travelling to Solomon Islands must present a traveller's public health declaration card on arrival.
Anyone travelling from countries affected by measles must show certified proof that they have received a measles vaccination at least three weeks prior to arriving in Solomon Islands.
Any visitors without proof of vaccination will be deported immediately while locals who fail to produce the necessary documentation will be required to undergo 21 days of home quarantine.
Countries considered to be affected by measles include Samoa, American Samoa, Fiji, Tonga, Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines.