Peru has restricted entry to most foreign travelers until August 31, except for citizens and residents of Peru and for repatriation and humanitarian flights.
Peru has restricted entry to most foreign travelers until August 31, except for citizens and residents of Peru and for repatriation and humanitarian flights. Citizens and residents of Peru are subject to a 14-day quarantine.
Aircrew members must isolate themselves in a hotel for the entire stay. In Perú, travelers are required a lot of Travel Restrictions, included to present an affidavit of health upon arrival.
What about international humanitarian flights?
The operator Lima Airport Partners (LAP) reported that as of August 18, the repatriation flights will be made through the Jorge Chávez International Airport and no longer from the Air Group No. 8 of the Peruvian Air Force.
Perú Travel Restrictions for passengers who needs to leave the country:
- Only those passengers who do not present symptoms related to COVID-19 and who are not serving the isolation period may travel.
- Passengers who are detected, before boarding, with signs or symptoms compatible with COVID-19 will be diagnosed as suspicious cases and will not be able to travel.
- To enter the Jorge Chávez Airport and transfer to the interior of the air terminal, all passengers must use a mask, perform hand disinfection and keep the required distance.
Perú Travel Restrictions for passengers who needs to enter the country:
- Before leaving the place of origin, the passenger must complete the online form “Electronic Affidavit of Traveler’s Health and Commitment to Isolate or Quarantine the Traveler”, which can be found on the website of the National Superintendency of Migration (http://e-notificacion.migraciones.gob.pe/dj-salud/), within 72 hours of the trip.
- The traveler who presents any of the symptoms related to COVID-19 should not make the flight, or go to the airport of the place of departure. Likewise, if they present any symptoms associated with the coronavirus, after having filled out the Affidavit, the passenger should not make the trip.
- During boarding or disembarking, the passenger must use a mask, maintain constant hand hygiene and keep the required physical distance.
- At the time of disembarking at the Jorge Chávez Airport, passengers must go through the temperature measurement chamber at the air terminal, which will be monitored by health personnel.
- During arrival at Jorge Chávez Airport, travelers who do not show signs related to COVID-19 must comply with the mandatory 14-day quarantine at their home or accommodation of choice. Meanwhile, those that do present symptoms will be evaluated by the International Air Health area in the COVID-19 module, in charge of the Minsa.
What cities can you not travel to?
The five regions where interprovincial transport was suspended from today and the quarantine was extended are: Arequipa, Ica, Junín, Huánuco and San Martín. Meanwhile, the 20 provinces where this measure is taken up are: Tambopata (Madre de Dios); Santa, Casma and Huaraz (Áncash); Mariscal Nieto and Ilo (Moquegua); Tacna (Tacna);
Cusco and La Convencion (Cusco); San Román and Puno (Puno); Huancavelica (Huancavelica); Cajamarca, Jaén and San Ignacio (Cajamarca); Bagua, Condorcanqui and Utcubamba (Amazonas); and Abancay and Andahuaylas (Apurímac).
In these jurisdictions, the movement of people is only allowed for the provision and access to essential services and goods, as well as for the provision of services of authorized economic activities.