Howdy! Today we bring you the latest update on travel to the South American country of Chile as they prepare to welcome back tourists.
The following are the entry requirements for foreigners to enter Chile as of October 1, 2021 according to The Chile Tourism Board:
• To have a negative PCR, taken 72 hours before departure, counting from the last boarding on flights with stopovers
• To have received a complete vaccination program, which you must validate before entering Chile at mevacuno.gob.cl to obtain a 30-day mobility pass, which becomes active after the mandatory confinement. Vaccines must be those approved by the Chilean Public Health Institute (ISP), the World Health Organization (WHO), the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the European Medicines Agency (EMA).
• Fill out the “Affidavit for Travelers” form online, up to 48 hours before departure, in which you will provide your contact and health information and your travel details. This form will issue a QR code as a means of verification.
• Anyone entering Chile must remain in mandatory isolation for five days. This compulsory isolation must be carried out at a previously declared home, hotel or residence.
• To have medical insurance with a minimum coverage of USD 30,000, which covers any expenses caused by Covid-19.
• For 14 days after you enter the country, you will receive a follow-up form sent daily to your e-mail. Timely completion is mandatory.
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