Chile welcomes tourists again, but Brazilians need to quarantine

After reopening the border, Chile began to require a 14-day quarantine for passengers who originate from countries where the community transmission of covid-19 is not controlled, in the case of Brazil.

Upon arrival, passengers must present an RT-PCR test with a negative result performed up to 72 hours before boarding, health insurance covering at least US$ 30 thousand and covering treatment for coronavirus, and a “Declaration of Health” form. ” filled in 48 hours before departure, which must include the traveler's health conditions and which can be found in this link.

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The country also announced another monitoring measure through an app, which will allow tracking of visitors and quick action on the emergence of any episode that requires attention.

For now, the only point of entry into the country will be the Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport in Santiago. Other means of entry, whether land or sea, will remain closed until further announcement by the government.

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