Chile will reopen its borders to travelers on Oct. 1.
Visitors must be vaccinated for Covid-19 and must complete a five-day isolation period at a hotel or residence.
In addition to the mandatory five-day isolation, every person must comply with a follow-up process, which is done over a period of 14 days and consists of daily self-reporting of health status, current location and testing.
Proof of the Covid-19 vaccine will allow visitors to obtain a Mobility Pass issued by the Chilean Ministry of Health.
Before entry, all travelers have to complete a "travelers' affidavit" form 72 hours prior to travel. The electronic form includes contact information, medical history, and previous travel history.
Visitors must produce a negative Covid-19 PCR test performed within 72 hours prior to travel. Also, they must have travel insurance to cover any medical expenses related to Covid-19 with a minimum coverage of $30,000 for health benefits.
Travelers will be able to enter through airports in Santiago, Iquique or Antogagasta.