Chile to permit entry of fully inoculated foreign visitors as of next month
(MENAFN) On Wednesday, Sep. 15 Chile’s administration stated that the country will permit foreign visitors who have been fully inoculated against coronavirus to enter the nation as of Oct. 1, as Chile’s pandemic eases.
Chile's Undersecretary of Crime Prevention Maria Jose Gomez noted in a press meeting: "we call on all citizens and foreigners, whether residents or not, to behave responsibly and fully comply with the regulations in force."
The government said that non-resident foreigners who desire to enter Chile must show proof of full inoculation, a negative coronavirus PCR test taken not over 72 hours ahead of arrival and a vaccine passport, and obey strict quarantine procedures upon arrival.
Furthermore, foreigners will only manage to fly into the international airports in Iquique, Antofagasta and Santiago, or enter through land frontier crossings.
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