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Entry Requirements for Chile in view of COVID-19 related Restrictions (as on 21/09/2021).

 

ENTRY TO CHILE

1. Only Chilean citizens and foreign residents of Chile including Indian nationals may enter. Non-resident foreigners, including Indian nationals, must request a salvoconducto (safe-conduct) at the Chilean Embassy.

2. The travelers must comply with the following requirements:

i. Travelers Affidavit (available online at the website https://www.c19.cl/ ) to be completed 48 hours prior to boarding the flight by which the passenger enters Chile. This declaration will be required by the airline upon boarding and by the Health Authority upon entering the country.

ii. PCR test (with the negative result) to be attached to the Travelers' Affidavit. The test must be taken within 72 hours of boarding the final flight to Chile. The 72-hour time period is counted from the time the test is administered/sample taken, not from the time that results are received. Children under 2 years of age will not require this examination.

iii. Non-resident foreigners, who enter for exceptional reasons or with a safe-conduct must attach the Medical Insurance copy which covers the expenses that may be incurred for medical assistance, hospital care and repatriation, during the entire stay in the country, including the coverage of any expenses originated by Covid-19 to the Traveler's Affidavit. The minimum amount of coverage for health benefits must be US$30,000.

All documents must be presented before boarding the flight to Chile.

iv. The travelers will be required to undergo 10 days of strict isolation (or until leaving the country if the stay is shorter) on arrival.

 

From 1st October 2021,  Entry to Chile will be allowed to:

 

1.Chileans and foreigners(including Indian nationals), resident in Chile who will have to present following documents when boarding:

i. Travelers Affidavit (available online at the website https://www.c19.cl/ ) must be completed 48 hours prior to boarding the flight by which the passenger enters Chile and

ii. PCR test (with negative result) to be attached to the Travelers' Affidavit. The test must be taken within 72 hours of boarding the final flight to Chile. The 72-hour time period is counted from the time the test is administered/sample taken, not from the time that results are received.

2.Foreigners(including Indian nationals), not resident in Chile who will have to present following documents when boarding:

i. Travelers Affidavit (available online at the website https://www.c19.cl/ ) must be completed 48 hours prior to boarding the flight by which the passenger enters Chile

ii. PCR test (with negative result) to be attached to the Travelers' Affidavit. The test must be taken within 72 hours of boarding the final flight to Chile. The 72-hour time period is counted from the time the test is administered/sample taken, not from the time that results are received.

iii. Non-resident foreigners must attach copy of Medical Insurance which covers the expenses that may be incurred for medical assistance, hospital care and repatriation, during the entire stay in the country, including the coverage of any expenses originated by Covid-19 to the Traveler's Affidavit. The minimum amount of coverage for health benefits must be US$30,000.

iv. Mobility Pass (to be obtained online at https://mevacuno.gob.cl/)

 

MEASURES UPON ENTRY TO CHILE AND ISOLATION

 

  1. Strict isolation at home (for all travelers).

    - Persons with a mobility pass 5 days

    - Persons without a mobility pass 7 days

    They must arrive at the declared address in private transport and directly from the entrance to the country without the possibility of staying overnight or interacting with other people. No public transport (including trains, buses and planes) may be used except for a minor public service such as a taxi or transfer that works at the airport and under strict health protocol for journeys of less than two hours. You can only share a vehicle with the same group you traveled with.

     

  2. If you voluntarily prefer a hotel for the isolation :

    i. You will not be able to leave the room or leave the hotel until the 7-day period has expired.

    ii. You will not be able to receive visitors.

    iii. You will not be able to use permits from the Comisaría Virtual, Health Passport or Mobility Pass.

 

For detailed information please visit the website of the Ministry of Health of the Government of Chile: https://saludresponde.minsal.cl/

 

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