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Dear Valencia Travel Cusco customers,
Here we have the latest update about COVID-19 restrictions in Peru.
- An affidavit must be completed, as well as a negative PCR test result at least 3 days before flying into Peru
- Internal flights only require an affidavit that states you have no COVID-19 symptons (face shields are not required on internal flights, however a double layer of face masks are)
- Peru no longer requires quarantine to be completed upon arrival, unless you are flying from India, South Africa, or Brazil
- The region of Arequipa no longer requires quarantine from travellers, but please note that a curfew applies from 10pm until 4am, with shops to close by 9pm at the latest (this also applies to the regions of Moquegua and Tacna, which the Government of Peru has classified with a 'Very High Alert' level)
- Please note that establishments that are often crowded, such as supermarkets, pharmacies, department stores, and outdoor street markets, require the use of a double mask
- Classified with a 'Moderate Alert' level, are the regions of Huánuco, Lambayeque, Loreto, Madre de Dios, Piura, and Ucayali; in these regions, a curfew applies from midnight until 4am, with shops to close no later than 11pm
- Be aware that land borders are closed, meaning international travel by vehicle is prohibited; for Peruvians, resident foreigners, and non-resident foreigners, those attempting to re-enter Peru must have proof of a negative COVID-19 test result
- Anybody exhibiting any COVID-19 symptoms must not travel into Peru from overseas, and must refrain from any domestic travel until they have been cleared of COVID-19 symptons and/or the virus
- If you or your family members, close contacts, or work colleagues have been unwell, you must get tested before travelling
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Valencia Travel Cusco Staff