After months of closed borders, Chile has announced that it will again allow tourists to enter the country from November 23

Chile recently announced that it will allow the entry of tourists from all over the world starting on the 23rd of November. The information is from the Argentine newspaper Clarin.

According to the ojrnal, there will be no need for quarantine, but a negative PCR test for Covid-19 will be required. For now, tourists will only be able to reach the country through the Arturo Merino Benítez airport, which is located in the capital, Santiago. Over time, other air and port terminals throughout the country will be gradually opened.

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Chile will open borders to tourists on November 23. Photo: Peter Crorkan / unsplash

In addition to the exam, the result of which must be less than 72 hours old and must be performed in a laboratory recognized by the local health authority (in the Brazilian case, for Brazilians), travelers must complete a declaration that details their origin and destination, as well as their health and possible presence of symptoms related to Covid-19.

The Clarín report also highlights that the Torres del Paine National Park, in Patagonia, one of the most visited destinations in the country, will open on November 26th.

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