The remote island nation of Kiribati has gone into lockdown after passengers on the first international flight in 10 months tested positive for Covid.
Under the new measures, people have been told to stay at home and social gatherings are banned.
Some 36 people on the flight from Fiji have tested positive.
Four people have caught the virus from community transmission. Until last week, Kiribati had recorded just two Covid cases.
Kiribati is one of the most isolated islands in the world. It is some 5,000km from its nearest continent, North America.
The government confirmed that 36 of the 54 passengers had tested positive.
It said in a post on Facebook that all passengers are currently being monitored by health officials.
The lockdown came into force today but it is not clear how long it will last.
It is also not known what proportion of the 120,000 people in the country have been fully vaccinated.