Chile Travel Restrictions
UPDATED July 17 2022
Requirements for entering Chile
— All travelers to Chile will need to complete the “Travel Affidavit” form online up to 48 hours before boarding. The approved affidavit must be presented in printed format or through an electronic device before taking the flight and again upon arrival in Chile. The form is available at www.c19.cl.
— Upon arrival at the airport, some passengers will be randomly selected to take a PCR test and the results will be emailed to you. Passengers are not required to wait at the airport for the result.
— A passenger who tests positive will be required to complete quarantine at the address listed on their Travelers’ Affidavit or at a location determined by the Ministry of Health.
— Health Insurance and a pre-departure COVID-19 test are no longer required for travelers entering Chile.
— Visitors do not need to be vaccinated to enter Chile. Unvaccinated travelers may enter Chile but they will not be able to get the Mobility Pass which may be required in many situations, including but not limited to the following:
*Domestic travel / public transportation (plane, bus, etc.)
(For example, if you are arriving in Santiago and have a connecting domestic flight to another city in Chile)
*Indoor dining at restaurants
*Access to theaters and cinemas
*Participation in organized group tours
*Attendance at large public events (sporting events, concerts, etc.)
We recommend everyone get vaccinated in order to obtain a Mobility Pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’).
* To obtain the Mobility Pass, all of your vaccinations and boosters must be up to date.
— Once your request has been submitted, it will be approved or rejected within 48 business hours.
— If no response is received within that period, a temporary Mobility Pass will be issued for 96 hours.
— Obtaining the Mobility Pass may take up to 4 weeks.
Here is the link to apply for the Mobility Pass
Here is a video on how to apply for the Mobility Pass