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Peru's Government has issued several updates pertaining to the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on tourism within the country. As previously stated, a PCR test or an antigen test, and a signed affidavit is needed before travelling to Peru.
Furthermore, the Government of Peru has announced the following:
The ban on travellers from Brazil, South Africa, and India has been extended. Any Peruvians who plan on returning from these three countries are required by law to immediately quarantine once they arrive for a period of 14 days.
The use of a face shield is not necessary for national and international travellers entering and leaving the country during the health emergency. Passengers will only require using a double mask, in addition to respecting physical distance, and mantaining hand hygiene. These same instructions apply with domestic flights.
A mask is still required in public places, including public squares, bars, and restaurants, with some establishments requesting the use of double masks.
Lima curfew is now set from 11pm - 4am.
Arequipa is in full lockdown until further notice.
While Cusco’s archaeological sites are operating at 40% capacity, a curfew remains in place from 10pm - 4am.
The Inca Trail is now open at 50% capacity for both day and multi-day tours.
An Extreme Alert has been given for the areas of Chachapoyas, Lucanas, and Espinar; this means that a curfew from 9pm - 4am has been enacted, a full lockdown is in place for Sundays, the use of beaches is forbidden, but pharmacies remain open 24/7 for deliveries and restaurants can deliver from 4am - 11pm.
We look forward to welcoming you back to our wonderful country soon, and in the meantime, hope that we can continue to provide you with inspiration to book your next Valencia Travel Cusco tour by visiting Passion Passport on the regular.
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Valencia Travel Cusco Staff