New restrictions announced for residents and travelers entering Chile

Travelers coming from Brazil must be transferred to a transit hotel. They must stay there for at least 72 hours, regardless of a negative PCR result.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Ministry of Health announced new restrictions for nationals and foreigners residing in the country entering Chile, as well as for foreigners entering the country, as part of the measures to avoid the increase of cases and spread of new variants of Coronavirus.

Travelers from any place of origin must comply with a mandatory 10-day quarantine, with no possibility of exemption. It will no longer be possible to perform a PCR test from day 7.

In addition, all travelers who test positive within the first 14 days after entering the country will have to undergo . . .

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