The second wave of Covid-19 is ebbing in French Polynesia as daily infection rates have dropped to below 100.
The latest figure is 46 new cases in a day.
Since August more than 17,000 cases have been recorded and 126 people have died.
Vaccines are now being rolled out to help stem the pandemic.
As of last week, the number of Covid-19 patients in hospital dropped to 33, of whom 16 are in intensive care.
In the first wave last year, French Polynesia had 62 Covid-19 cases and eliminated the virus, but to boost tourism the border was reopened in July and the mandatory quarantine requirements were dropped,
A curfew remains in force in Tahiti, while a ban on cockfights and bingo sessions continues.