RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The government of Chile announced that it would abolish the mandatory quarantine for all travelers entering the country who are vaccinated. This measure will come into effect on November 1 and will also require a negative diagnostic test.
The measure will affect citizens, foreigners, residents, or tourists.
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"Considering the current figures of the low incidence of positive cases of Covid-19 in travels and the epidemiological background, mandatory quarantine will no longer be required for people . . .