Entry requirements: Detailed information by country
Dear friends and colleagues,
As you know, the situation and preventive measures related to the COVID-19 pandemic are being constantly and rapidly being modified.
In this blog we seek to give you the details and updates of the latest travel measures and requirements in each of the countries where we operate and we hope that its content can answer any questions you may have. We hope that its content is useful and that it answers any questions you may have.
*Non-vaccinated travelers can enter the country but will be required to make a quarantine of five days and follow the regulations and restrictions accordingly. Passengers who have had Covid-19 in the last 90 days, may enter the country under special regulations.
Official information on the entry requirements: https://visitargentina.site/en/si-abrimos-la-fronteras-a-todo-el-mundo/
*Travelers from India: All passengers whose origin, stopover or transit is India, must present a negative RT-PCR test result 72 hours prior to boarding their flight, regardless of whether they are already vaccinated. This applies to residents, Ecuadorian citizens or tourists, who must also carry out preventive isolation for 10 days at their homes or at any place of accommodation at the traveler’s free choice and expense.
In the case of non-resident foreigners who fail to present a negative result of a PCR test for SARS-CoV-2 upon entry to Chile, the health authority may deny entry to the country.
CURRENT STATE OF THE COUNTRY: High risk
VACCINES: Vaccination opened for persons 18 and older, the percentage of the population fully vaccinated is increasing rapidly. The third dose is being applied.
BORDERS: Land and air borders are open, people are allowed to enter Bolivia complying with legal requirements.
International flights to and from Madrid, Miami, Panama, Bogota, Lima, Santiago, Iquique, Sao Paulo, Asuncion, and connections.
Local flights are operating normally within main cities, frequencies to Uyuni have now restarted.
Authorities have announced that in the three main International Airports (La Paz, Cochabamba, and Santa Cruz) there will be a vaccination point for anyone who wishes to receive it.
a) For travelers fully vaccinated: Certified negative RT-PCR test for people over 5 years of age, up to 72 hours before boarding in the country of origin, for nationals or foreigners coming from outside the country by air or land.
b) For travelers who are not fully vaccinated: Certified negative RT-PCR test for people over 5 years of age, up to 72 hours before boarding in the country of origin. RT-PCR test after 72 hours after entering the country. Isolation during the first 72 hours until receiving a negative result on the test.
c) Presentation of an affidavit of the place of stay in Bolivian territory.
d) Before entering Bolivian territory, foreign passengers who do not have permanent residence in Bolivia must have health insurance with coverage for COVID-19, for the expenses for their treatment.
Quarantine is no longer required.
TOURISTIC SERVICES: All touristic services are operating under strict biosafety protocols. Safe destinations Uyuni and Lake Titicaca are operating normally.
TOURISTIC ATTRACTIONS: All attractions that are open to the public are operating under strict biosafety protocols. Domestic tourism has also been active in the main destinations in the country, such as Uyuni and Lake Titicaca, where we haven’t had any inconveniences with the operation.
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