Chilean authorities announced Tue (Apr 12) that starting on Thur (April 14th), international travellers will no longer be required to present proof of vaccination or a PCR test to enter.
“This means travelers from all nations, regardless of vaccination status, can once again enter Chile test-free and quarantine-free,” reports Travel Off Path (Apr 13).
Covid tests will not be required either, but some non-resident tourists could be randomly selected upon arrival for a mandatory test.
The Chilean government also recently announced that they will open land borders starting May 1st, and on April 14th masks will no longer be required outdoors except in some regions like Arica, Tarapacá, and Isla de Pascua.
Nations you can enter right now if you are unvaccinated without a PCR or antigen test and no quarantine:
Argentina, Aruba, Bahrain, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Curaçao, Denmark, El Salvador, Gabon, Greece, Grenada. Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Jordan, Latvia, Maldives, Mexico, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Norway, Poland, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, UK, and Yemen – plus Cuba with random PCR testing on arrival.
Nations you can enter right now if you are unvaccinated with a PCR or antigen test and no quarantine:
Albania, Belize, Brazil, Croatia, Egypt, France, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Kosovo, Lithuania, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Serbia, South Africa, Tanzania, Turkey, U.A.E, and Vietnam – plus Dominican Republic with PCR testing for select countries and random breathalyser tests on arrival.
Nations you can enter right now if you are unvaccinated with a PCR or antigen test before and after arrival with no quarantine:
Bahamas, Cyprus, Georgia, India, and Israel – plus Zimbabwe with possible quarantine.