On August 23, 2021, the Government of Peru announced the extension of movement restrictions to Sunday, September 5, 2021.
What to Expect
- The Jorge Chavez International Airport in Lima remains open, and domestic land and air transportation continue with reduced occupancy in all other regions of the country.
- Through September 5, 2021, Peruvian citizens and permanent residents who have traveled from or transited through Brazil, South Africa, or India must quarantine in their home, lodging, or isolated space for a period of 14 days.
- Through September 5, 2021, all non-Peruvian citizens and non-permanent residents who are traveling from, or transiting through Brazil, South Africa, or India are barred from entering Peru.
- Peruvians, resident foreigners, and non-resident foreigners entering Peruvian national territory, regardless of their country of origin, must present a molecular (within 72 hours) or antigen test (within 24 hours) with a negative result prior to boarding an incoming flight to Peru, in accordance with current health regulations.
Peru has maintained strict travel restrictions to stop the spread of COVID-19.
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