Chile’s government increased security measures on airports to prevent the entry of the virus into the country, including requesting a sworn statement from travelers as of Feb. 28.
Following reports of a confirmed case of COVID-19 coronavirus in Brazil -the first in Latin America-, Chile’s Health Ministry announced that it is reinforcing surveillance measures at points of entry into the country. The government has implemented a sworn health statement that must be completed by travelers on international flights and the installation of a sanitary control unit where passengers from high-risk areas will be administered the coronavirus test.
There are currently no restrictions on tourists entering the country.
Important: The IFFAS Chile 2020 organization will be informing and updating new measures taken in the country to face the emergency of COVID 19.
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