IMMEDIATE RELEASE CHILE COVID RESTRICTIONS LIFTED

From 01 November 2021

Chile lifts incoming restrictions for foreigners visiting the country, as long as they:

PLEASE NOTE. ExperienceChile.Org is waiting for clarity regarding the requirement and rules for a second negative PCR test. However, in the meantime the following are the regulations for entering Chile as a foreigner from November 01, 2021. We will keep all of our clients up to date.

1 – One month prior to departure from your country of origin.

Have proof of being double vaccinated in your country of origin, validated by the Chilean Health Service here: www.mevacuno.gob.cl . With this you will receive a MOBILITY pass with QR code.

Vaccines must be those approved by the Chilean Public Health Institute (ISP), the World Health Organization (WHO), the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the European Medicines Agency (EMA).

NOTE: This process CAN TAKE up to 30 days. Therefore, you will need to enter this Chilean web site at LEAST one month prior to arrival to Chile and fill in the required form. The first thing to do is at the top right of the web site, move the bar to “Extranjero Turista” in order to set the site for visiting tourists.

This is in SPANISH only and you will need to create a password (contraseña) and then re-enter with your email and password.

2 – 72hrs Prior to your departure from your country of origin.

You need to count back 72hrs from arrival to Chile if you flight involves connections and stop overs. You need a:

NEGATIVE PCR test result – KEEP THE PROOF of this result.

3 – 48hrs prior to departure from your country of origin.

Download an affidavit from www.c19.cl . Please print this off, but if you have the option to send to your cell phone, do that too. It will have a QR code.

4 – IF GOING TO PATAGONIA

You will need a negative PCR test, taken NO LONGER than 72hrs prior to arriving to Punta Arenas or Puerto Natales.

NOTE: WE WILL UPDATE AND CLARIFY THIS AS SOON AS WE CAN.

OTHER CONSIDERATIONS

Foreigners, as well as Chilean and Non-Chilean residents, may enter Chile by air through the airports in Santiago, Iquique, and Antofagasta.

Foreigners must have medical insurance with a minimum coverage of USD 30,000, which covers any medical expenses caused by Covid-19.

For 14 days after arrival to Chile, you will receive a follow-up form sent daily to YOUR EMAIL. IT IS IMPORTANT TO RESPOND TO THIS SOON AFTER RECEIPT.