Passengers traveling to Chile will feel comfortable being able to bypass the country’s quarantine if vaccinated.
The new rules will take effect on November 1st when the special five-day period is no longer required. All vaccinated passengers must have adequate immunization status before travel. Immunized passengers will also be tested.
According to the report, vaccinated travelers are required to file a COVID-19 report. The test should be RT-PCR. Only then will you be able to travel through Chile without any restrictions. You will be issued with a Mobility Pass which will allow you to travel. Passengers will be detained without permission for seven days.
Furthermore, it should also be noted that all passengers must complete the Travel Declaration no later than 72 hours before the trip. Contact information, previous travel reports, and medical reports must be completed in the Online Travel Declaration.
Moderna, Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Johnson & Johnson, Sinovac, CanSino, and Sputnik V are supported by the Chilean Ministry of Health.
It is important to note that travelers are required to have travel insurance that covers the cost of COVID-19 drugs. The minimum insurance for travel insurance must be $ 30,000.
Chile is a tourist destination, it is very popular. The city also produces excellent wines that are not to be missed. Overall, a trip to Chile is an initial experience, but here’s your chance to do it. One more reason to get vaccinated!