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Antigen test upon arrival no longer required
Yesterday the Government published a decree (DS Nº 092-2021-PCM) which, among other measures, updates the travel restrictions that are in place during the pandemic. With this decree, effective today, the Government no longer requires Antigen tests to be taken within 24 hours upon arrival. Mandatory quarantine is also no longer required unless passengers arrive from or have had a layover in Brazil, South Africa or India prior to arriving in Peru.
There are currently no exceptions for vaccinated individuals, but the authorities have assured us that they are working on them.
To enter Peru, travelers are required to:
1) Have a negative molecular (PCR) or Antigen test result, or a medical certificate of epidemiological discharge issued within 72 hours of boarding the plane. Children under the age of 12 can present a certificate of health issued by a medical doctor in lieu of a negative test.