No quarantine: Tourists can enter Chile with negative PCR

Flag of Chile (Photo: Pixabay).
Flag of Chile (Photo: Pixabay).

No quarantine: Tourists can enter Chile with negative PCR

Flag of Chile (Photo: Pixabay).
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From December 2020 the South American country Chile will again be open to tourists from all over the world. Regardless of their origin and the number of cases in their home country, entry should be possible via Santiago de Chile Airport.

However, a prerequisite is that a negative PCR result that is not older than 72 hours is presented at the border control. A form must also be filled out. This must contain information on the place of origin and destination as well as the planned place of stay in Chile. There are also some questions to be answered about the current state of health. There is no longer any segregation of tourists, but it is necessary that the routes of the first 14 days after arrival can be traced for possible contact tracing. Tourists are obliged to inform the local health authorities immediately of any symptoms. But this also applies to the locals. Chile hopes that the relaxation, which is currently only available for entries that take place via the Santiago de Chile airport, will boost the tourism industry, which is lying on the ground.

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