Non-resident foreigners must comply with the following requirements before traveling: Proof of a negative PCR test taken 72 hours before departure. Fill out in advance the electronic form Traveler Sworn Statement (available at www.c19.cl). Complete the 14-day tracking form (which you will receive via e-mail). Have a health insurance policy during your stay that covers for COVID-19 issues. Upon arrival, stay in quarantine for 10 days; on the 7th day a PCR test may be taken, staying in quarantine until the result is delivered.
Residents must comply with the following requirements before traveling: -Complete in advance the Traveler Sworn Statement electronic form (available at www.c19.cl), since it is mandatory to submit it when entering the country. -To be in possession a negative PCR test within 72 hours of the flight, from the last boarding in flights with stopover. This will be required at the place of origin and those who do not have the test will not be allowed to board. -Fill out a follow-up form for 14 days (sent via e-mail). -Upon arrival you will be transferred to a transit hotel where you will stay at least 5 days and a new PCR test will be performed, regardless of the PCR result you submit to enter Chile. If the result of the new test is positive, you must continue your lockdown in a health residence and if it is negative, you will be able to complete the mandatory 10-day quarantine at your destination.
Anybody entering the country will be transferred to a transit hotel where they will stay for at least 5 days, where they will undergo a new PCR test, regardless of the PCR result submitted to enter Chile. If the result of the new test is positive, you must continue your lockdown in a health residence and if it is negative, you may complete the mandatory quarantine of 10 days at the destination. Additionally, you must go under the Traveler Follow-up period during the 14 days following your entry to the domestic territory or until they leave the country. You must fill out for 14 days a form to report symptoms and location through a health status survey that you will receive via e-mail on a daily basis from the health authorities. The use of a face mask and/or face shield is mandatory nationwide. Non-compliance implies a fine. The instructions posted on signs installed at enclosed areas stating the capacity and sanitary regulations inside each establishment must be observed.
The requirements apply from 2 years for all who enter the country.
For now, the PCR test will be required despite having been vaccinated.
Chileans and residents are exposed to mandatory quarantine in health residences and to pay a fine of 58 UTM (About US $ 4,000). Foreigners will not be able to enter the country without the test.
No. In that case you must have a PCR test done at a Chilean laboratory.
The sample must not be taken more than 72 hours before boarding the ship, aircraft or other means of transport (and the result must be negative).
If more than one means of transport are used from the point of origin to the Chilean territory, the 72 hours indicated will be counted as of embarkation to the last of these.
Current regulations require having a negative PCR test from 2 years onwards.
Anybody entering the country will be transferred to a transit hotel in Santiago where they will stay for at least 5 days and undergo a new PCR test, regardless of the PCR result submitted to enter Chile. If the result of the new test is positive, passengers must continue their lockdown in a sanitary residence and if it is negative, they may complete the mandatory 10-day quarantine at the destination.
Those who enter the country and observe the quarantine may go to a laboratory to have the PCR test done.
From the moment you arrive to Chile, and then for 14 days, you will receive a daily e-mail with a form where you must report about your health status and location. – Open the form by clicking on the only content in the email. – Complete the form adding your contact address. If you are not at the same address as the previous day, update the information with an exact address. Remember that this is a sworn statement. – Complete the information about your health status by clicking on each of the symptoms you may have. If you do not present any of the symptoms listed, click on “Ninguno” (None). – Complete all the sections and send.
The surveillance or tracking period will last 14 days upon your arrival to Chile. You will receive three daily reminders to complete the online form.
You must report your symptoms in the form and immediately stay in isolation from others. The health authorities (staff of the SEREMI) will contact you.