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Latin America slowly reopening its international airports

These are the regulations you must follow in case you decide to travel to the different countries of the region. 

Brazil: visitors must have a health insurance policy with a minimum coverage of USD $ 6,000 for the length of the trip. The policy must be issued in English, Spanish or Portuguese.

Colombia: negative PCR test certification required. Test cannot have been taken over 96 hours prior to trip. Additionally, arriving passengers must be registered through the Check-Mig app. Failure to do so will result in denial to enter the country.

https://apps.migracioncolombia.gov.co/pre-registro/public/preregistro.jsf

Chile: Chile’s borders are only open to legal residents and Chilean nationals. Upon arrival, travelers must be quarantined for 14 days.

Mexico: arriving passengers must fill in the health clearance form either in written or digital means to present to the migratory authorities.

Ecuador: negative PCR test certification required. Test date cannot be over 10 days prior to trip.

Bolivia: negative PCR test certification required. Test date cannot be over 7 days prior to trip. Travelers will receive a form on board incoming flight which must be filled in completely and handed to the migratory authorities upon arrival.

Costa Rica: Borders are open to European passengers and passengers from certain states of the United States. All passengers must have health insurance certification. A negative PCR test certification required. Test date cannot be over 3 days prior to trip. The “Pase de Salud” form must be filled in completely. Form available in the following link: https://salud.go.cr/

Panamá: negative PCR test certification required. Test date cannot be over 2 days prior to trip. International passengers will be allowed into the country starting October 11th.

Guatemala: negative PCR test certification required. Test date cannot be over 3 days prior to trip. Additionally, passengers must be registered through the government app and present the QR code upon arrival.

Argentina: the country’s borders remain closed and will stay that way until further notice. The most optimistic reports are aiming for January 2021.