QUARANTINE LIST (CHILE)
With effect from 23 November 2020, foreign visitors not resident in Chile may visit given certain entry conditions. At the moment (valid until 7 December 2020), some 128 countries have been placed in a High Risk category by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and visitors from those countries MUST self-isolate for 14 days on entering Chile (see this list below). Visitors from all other countries lie in a second, Low Risk, list and DO NOT need to undergo quarantine. In addition, all foreign visitors must:
- Complete the legal declaration online via www.c19.cl up to 48 hours before embarking on the inbound flight.
- Present a negative PCR test result taken not more than 72 hours before the arrival time of the flight in Chile.
- Hold medical insurance cover, including for COVID-19, that will allow for the cost of hospitalisation, treatment and repatriation to country of origin if necessary, that must cover at least US$30,000 per traveller.
- The only permitted point of entry into Chile is Arturo Moreno Benitez International Airport, Santiago (STC). All other terrestrial, sea and airports remain closed.
- During the 14-day quarantine in Chile, visitors must check-in online each day to report their location and state of health, through an online contact that they will receive on arrival
(WHO) HIGH RISK COUNTRIES (valid to 7 Dec 2020)