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Entry requirements for Peru (vaccination, testing?)

Entry requirements for Peru (vaccination, testing?)

Old Nov 2, 21, 10:51 am
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Current requirements (valid November 1st to November 14th) are either complete vaccination at least 14 days prior OR negative molecular test (results within 72h of embarkation for first flight) -- valid for travelers age 12+.
For younger travelers they are ok for travel just by being asymptomatic. Everyone still needs to fill out the health declaration in advance.

https://vuelafacil.pe/
https://www.gob.pe/institucion/pcm/n...7-167-2021-pcm
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Old Nov 2, 21, 11:19 am
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lol. yup. they just changed to vaccine or negative test.... AGAIN. They did this before and changed to mandatory test only. They asked for either or when I landed. what a waste of $200 on the PCR. Annoying Peru. Make up your mind and stick to it this time, stop switching.
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Old Nov 9, 21, 11:14 am
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Any rumours about rules 15 November onward? Just booked a week later in November so of course curious.
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Old Nov 29, 21, 8:56 pm
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Just to update, it was no test, vax card and health form on arrival last week. Double masks are required in the airport and on domestic flights. Trains required a mask and face-shield. Folks in Cusco and the Sacred Valley were less rigid on the mask policy than in Lima, where the double masks were constantly enforced inside any building. An hour or so after we left there were a couple of earthquakes but local friends tell me Lima and points south are fine. YMMV of course.
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