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PCR Tests No Longer Required To Enter Chile’s Rapa Nui

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Entry requirements to the island of Rapa Nui in Chile are now more flexible. As of December 1, travellers will no longer need to submit a negative PCR test to visit this area of Chile.

The updated document stated that Chilean tourists will continue to be asked for an up-to-date certificate of vaccination.

Foreign visitors must show a vaccination certificate from their country of origin.

Under the power of the health authority, checkpoints will be established at Rapa Nui port and airport facilities. Detection devices for SARS-CoV-2 will also be in place at both of these locations.

Visitors should take note that Chilean authorities have the right to perform PCR tests on the island of Rapa Nui and carry out respective follow-ups for up to 5 days.

The entry requirements decreed in Law 21,070 for entry into the Special Territory of Rapa Nui Island will also be enforced.

Entry requirements and documents for Rapa Nui:

  • It is mandatory to book a guide to visit the National Park of Rapa Nui
  • You must carry out health monitoring for five days

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