Travelers to Chile will be relieved to learn that if they are fully vaccinated, they can now avoid quarantine in the country. The new rule will take effect on November 1st, and the five-day quarantine period will no longer be required. All vaccinated travelers must now have their vaccinated status validated before departing. Travelers who have been immunized must also be tested.
According to reports, even fully vaccinated travelers are required to show a COVID-19 test report. The RT-PCR test must be used. Only then will you be allowed to travel through Chile without being quarantined. You will be given a Mobility Pass that will allow you to travel. Those who travel without this pass will be isolated for seven days.
Furthermore, it has been reported that all travelers must complete a Travellers Affidavit no later than 72 hours before departure. In the online Travellers Affidavit, you must enter your contact information, previous travel history, and medical history.
Moderna, Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Johnson & Johnson, Sinovac, CanSino, and Sputnik V have all been approved by Chile’s Health Department.
It is also important to note that travelers must have travel insurance that covers any medical expenses related to COVID-19. The minimum amount of coverage for travel insurance should be $300,000 USD.
Chile is a diverse travel destination that is popular for hiking. The country also produces excellent wine, which you should not miss. Overall, a trip to Chile is an eye-opening experience, and this is your chance to do so.