Chile will be opening its borders for fereigners as of November 1st!

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What are the measures that will take effect as of November 1 for entry and exit to the country?

  • Children under 6 years of age may leave Chile through the authorized airports without the need for a Mobility Pass.
  • All people who enter Chile with a Mobility Pass will be able to finish their isolation period after receiving the negative result of a PCR test carried out in the country.
  • People who do not have a Mobility Pass, regardless of their age, nationality or residence, must perform 7 days of isolation, as well as their co-inhabitants.

Regarding the requirements to enter the country, those already informed are kept:

  • Chilean and foreign residents who enter through any of the three authorized airports must have their C19 Travelers Affidavit, which can be completed up to 48 hours before boarding. In addition, they must have a PCR with a negative result taken up to 72 hours before embarking for Chile.
  • Meanwhile, non-resident foreigners (tourists), to enter the country, must have medical insurance (minimum coverage of USD30 thousand), health passport, obtained the same day of entry from C19 , have a PCR with a negative result taken up to 72 hours before boarding for Chile and Mobility Pass (validating complete vaccination schedule on the Me Vacuno website ).

Who can enter the country?

  • Chileans, resident foreigners and non-resident foreigners through any authorized border crossing, and who have:
    • Chilean mobility pass: consists of a certificate of vaccination against coronavirus previously validated in Chile.

Enabled border crossings:

  • Arturo Merino Benítez Airport
  • Iquique airport
  • Antofagasta airport

Make sure before traveling from the country, you must be clear about the measures that you will have to comply with and know that they are in constant evaluation so they can be modified according to the epidemiological scenario. It will be the responsibility of the person to comply with the health regulations in force at the time of entering the country.