1. Complete the Traveler's health declaration form within 24 hours prior to entering the country, it is available: HERE
2. All travelers entering the country
They must present a test (RNA detection techniques: RT-PCR / LAMP / NAAT) with a negative result, performed in a time not exceeding 72 hours after shipment or a negative antigen test performed in a time not greater than 24 hours after shipment.
3. RT-PCR test in the country
All travelers over the age of 12 must undergo a PCR test on day 5, to be counted from the day of taking the sample of the RT-PCR test or antigen test presented upon entry to the country (day 1 is completed at 24 hours from the sample collection), said test will be carried out in a public or private laboratory authorized by the Central Public Health Laboratory. Those who already had the disease should undergo the RT-PCR test on day 5 from entering the country. All travelers from Mercosur States Parties and associated States (Chile, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Guyana and Suriname) are exempt from performing the RT-PCR test.
4. People who already had the disease
Travelers who have suffered from COVID-19 from 14 to 90 days prior to entering the country, must prove this situation through laboratory results (RNA detection techniques: RT-PCR / LAMP / NAAT) or positive antigen test , it will not be necessary to present a new negative RNA test: RT-PCR / LAMP / NAAT when entering the country.
5. Neighborhood and commercial land transit of up to 72 hours
Requirements for entering the country
• COVID-19 antigen test.
• Certificate or vaccination card against COVID-19
All travelers over the age of 12 must present a negative antigen test carried out within 24 hours of entering the country or the vaccination certificate with the complete scheme against COVID-19. They must prove that they were vaccinated with a certificate or vaccination card issued by the health authority of the country of origin. Travelers who have completed 14 days of the last dose of vaccine (for a two-dose schedule) are considered fully vaccinated.
For more information and update requirements visit the Government Migrations website