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09/03/2022 By : Michelle Marais

The latest update on Peru Covid regulations

The Peruvian Government has taken these measures to combat Covid-19:

  • All travelers entering the country must complete the following sworn statement
  • All travelers 12 years and older entering the country must show their COVID-19 vaccination card with the completed dose. Otherwise, they must show a negative molecular test issued up to 48 hours prior to boarding. Children under 12 years old are only required to be asymptomatic to board
  • For domestic flights, passengers over 12 years old, will only be able to board if they prove to be fully vaccinated, either in Peru or abroad, and those over 40 years of old will need to show their booster dose (if are authorized to receive it) according to the current protocol, otherwise, they must show a negative molecular test issued up to 48 hours prior to boarding.
  • For interprovincial land transportation, passengers over 12 years old, will only be able to board if they prove to be fully vaccinated, either in Peru or abroad, and those over 40 years of old will need to show their booster dose (if are authorized to receive it) according to the current protocol, otherwise, they must show a negative molecular test issued up to 48 hours prior to boarding.
  • For enclosed places, visitors over 18 years old will only be able to enter if they prove to be fully vaccinated, either in Peru or abroad, and those over 40 years of old who reside in Peru will need to show their booster dose (if are authorized to receive it) according to the current protocol.
  • For beaches, rivers, lakes, lagoons and pools, visitors over 12 years old will only be able to enter if they prove to be fully vaccinated, either in Peru or abroad, and those over 40 years old will need to show their booster dose (if are authorized to receive it) according to the current protocol.
  • It is mandatory to wear a KN95 mask or, in its replacement, a three-fold surgical mask with a fabric mask over it to circulate on public spaces and in enclosed places.
  • It is important to wash hands constantly, avoid crowds and keep social distance.
  • These measures will be in force from February 28, 2022, according to Supreme Decree No. 016-2022-PCM


If you have any questions, please contact PROMPERÚ's iPerú service.

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