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Sanitary Measures for Entering Chile as a Tourist

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Published: 06/09/22 - Country: Chile

Exempt Resolution No. 1,209 published on September 1, 2022 modifies and establishes new requirements for non-resident foreigners to enter the country.
The main changes consist of:

  • The elimination of Form C19 as a requirement to enter the country.
  • The need for medical insurance is eliminated
  • Foreigners who have a vaccination certificate issued by the country of origin may enter the country. This certificate will also be equivalent to the Mobility Pass.
  • Unvaccinated foreigners may enter the country with a negative PCR that has a maximum of 48 hours from departure to Chile.

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