Chile will not require quarantine for vaccinated travelers entering country with negative PCR test

The measures are intended to provide greater mobility to foreign tourists, thus boosting the reactivation of one of the sectors hardest hit by the pandemic.

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 . . .

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