Key Points 

  • New entry requirements for citizens and residents of Chile  
  • New entry requirements for foreign nationals entering Chile  


On Nov. 1, 2021, the government of Chili announced  updated border measures.  

Foreign nationals entering Chile will be required to: 

Prior to Departure: 

After Arrival: 

  • Remain in isolation until a negative PCR test can be produced; 

Travelers are expected to transit directly from the point of entry to the declared address where the quarantine period will be completed. Travelers are also required to have proof of medical insurance with a minimum coverage of USD $30,000.  

Citizens and residents of Chile entering the country will be required to: 

Prior to Departure: 

  • Provide proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to departure; 
  • Submit a sworn affidavit at least 48 hours prior to departure; 

After Arrival: 

  • Hold a valid Mobility Pass; OR  
  • Complete a 7-day quarantine    

Nonresident foreign nationals will be allowed to enter Chile without a Mobility Pass under limited exemptions. For additional information concerning the Mobility Pass click  here.  

What are the Changes? 

Chile's international borders closed in March 2020 and have reopened and closed with several extensions since that time. This latest update reopens the country's international borders and establishes entrance requirements for foreign nationals, residents and citizens of Chile.  

Looking Ahead 

Continue to check the government of Chile's  website and Envoy's  website for the additional information and updates. For information regarding COVID-19 entrance restrictions and permissions, click  here.   

Originally published 10 November 2021

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