Peru Lifting Mandatory Quarantine for Foreign Passengers
Good news! The Peruvian government ordered the lift of the mandatory 14-day quarantine for foreign or non-resident passengers entering the country.
This rule declares that passengers with negative antigen test results of COVID-19 will not have to quarantine. The sample test is taken at entry in the country; that is, at the Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima or at Border Control Posts. If the result is positive, the passenger must enter mandatory isolation, which will occur in the Pan American Village or another temporary isolation center in coordination with the health authority.
Likewise, flights lasting more than eight hours from Europe, except for the United Kingdom, have been resumed.
The Government also announced that from March 15th to the 31st, 2021, entry to Peru continues to be restricted for non-resident foreigners coming from the United Kingdom, South Africa, and/or Brazil, or who have made a stopover in said places.
Please bear in mind that these measures may vary depending on the development of the current situation and our team will keep you informed on the development of our region’s entry requirements.
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