RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peru resumed international flights on Monday, October 5th, that were suspended in March as part of emergency measures to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus.
President Martin Vizcarra led the resumption of flights from the capital Lima's Jorge Chavez International Airport, saying health regulations were put in place to combat the risk of infections.
“A whole sanitary control has been implemented to guarantee that the opening of international flights does not mean a risk of increased infections,” he said.
Flights have resumed to seven countries in the region - Ecuador, Bolivia, Colombia, Panama, Paraguay, Uruguay . . .