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Chile Updates Vaccination Entry Rules

As of Sept. 1, non-resident foreign tourists can enter Chile just by presenting their Vaccination Certificate and Identification Document.

On the other hand, unvaccinated people must present a Negative PCR performed at least 48 hours before traveling to Chile.

The vaccination certificate will replace the Mobility Pass for nonresident foreign tourists.

From Sept. 1, those entering the country must present a vaccination certificate issued from their country as soon as they embark for Chile.

Proof of vaccination together with ID will be valid as a mobility pass so that visitors can enter hotels, restaurants and take flights within Chile.

Those who are not vaccinated must present a negative PCR test 48 hours before their departure to be able to enter Chile.

The use of masks continues to be obligatory in enclosed places and also in open spaces where people are less than a meter apart.

 

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