The French Polinesia took some very exceptional quarantine measures to stop the spread of COVID-19 but now has decided to reopen its largest industry, tourism. As of July 15, The islands are open to non-residents visitors without compulsory quarantine upon arrival. People interested in visiting the island must have a COVID-19 negative test result taken within 72 hours before traveling. It is mandatory to have medical insurance to cover medical expenses in case it is needed. All accommodation must be pre-arranged by the time of arrival. Once in Tahiti, travelers must complete a form with your personal and contact information, and remember to always wear face coverings. A second test will be performed at the time of arrival when the authorities will also provide instructions regarding safety measures. This applied to Moores and Bora Bora as well.
Source: Travel Pulse.