Peru Entry Requirements Covid differs between regions and cities based on regular updates about coronavirus.
International travel amid COVID-19 is permitted. However, it is mandatory to comply with requirements to ensure entry is allowed.
If you have visited any other country in the previous 14 days, which is considered high risk, you will not be allowed to enter. This rule does not imply to nationals and residents of Peru. However, they must quarantine themselves for 14 days on arrival.
Travelers who present a valid international certificate for full vaccination against COVID-19 will be exempted from testing requirements. But the vaccine should be government approved and the final dose must have been administered at least 14 days before their departure.
It is mandatory to provide proof of a negative PCR test report. It should not be older than 72 hours on departure.
Travelers are required to wear two face masks at all times during the flight and also throughout the airport. They should be wearing a surgical mask and a cloth mask.
A duly filled health affidavit must be completed by travellers before departure.
Peru has been divided into a tier system. This allows different measures in different regions of the country. A curfew is in effect throughout the country with restricted hours varying between the tiers.
Face masks are mandatory in all public spaces. A KN95 mask is recommended or a three-layer surgical mask along with a cloth mask on top of it.
Public transportation in Peru is operating as usual.
Restaurants are allowed to open but with a reduced capacity. However, they must adhere to the hours depending on the local risk tier of the area.
Bars are allowed to open but with a reduced capacity and with hours depending on the local risk tier of the area.
Nightclubs will remain closed to limit the rate of transmission.
Shops are allowed to open depending on the risk tier level of the area. The opening hours of shops may vary based on the local risk tier of the area.
Last but not least, it is also mandatory to provide proof of a negative PCR test report. It should not be older than 72 hours on departure and arrival. Travelers are also required to submit a declaration of the authenticity of the document.