2022 Chile Travel Information
By Jake Crawford
October 13, 2021
- All travelers need a valid passport to enter Chile.
- Chile no longer requires visitors to be vaccinated against COVID-19, however certain limitations to public events and spaces may apply.
- Chile no longer requires travelers to obtain a Mobility Pass before being granted entry into Chile and there are currently no pre-arrival and arrival testing requirements.
- All travelers must carry medical insurance with a minimum coverage of USD $30,000, with coverage for COVID-19 related expenses.
- All travelers must complete an affidavit within 48 hours of arrival into Chile. Travelers will be required to present email confirmation of completion before boarding flight.
- All travelers will be required to complete a COVID-19 antigen test to meet the CDC’s requirements for re-entry to the United States prior to international departure.
COVID-19 Testing for Re-Entry to the United States:
As of June 12th, 2022, The United States is no longer requiring a negative COVID-19 test result to re-enter the country.
- CDC Requirements
- U.S. Department of State, Chile
- U.S. Embassy, Chile
- Mobility Pass
- Travel Affidavit
- Chile Travel
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