Feb 26, 2021|
Covid-19 Update: Paraguay is OPEN!
|A test showing a negative Covid-19 result is required. The test must have been taken no more than 72 hours before departure for Paraguay. PCR, LAMP and NAAT tests are accepted.
|A health declaration must be completed no more than 24 hours before arrival and the QR code which is generated presented on arrival
|Medical insurance which includes cover for Covid-19 treatment is required.
|See full details at IATA Travel Centre
|Most international flights have resumed, including from the USA (as previously with a change in Panama or in another South American country) and Europe.
|Domestic flights begin operating from late March 2021 (most Paraguay itineraries do not require domestic flights)
|Updated Dec 11, 2020
Elsewhere in South America:
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|Open without quarantine?
|Covid-19 test required before travel?
|See entry country details (Argentina or Chile)
|Yes - PCR (72hrs) if not fully vaccinated
|Must be fully vaccinated (12 years+) or Antigen or PCR - 24hrs prior to boarding flight
|Proof of full vaccination required (6 years+)
Negative PCR test, taken maximum 72 hours before boarding final leg of flight to Chile
|PCR (72hrs) required if not fully vaccinated
|Ecuador & Galapagos
|Must be fully vaccinated (12 years+)
|Yes (PCR or LAMP)
|Peru & Machu Picchu
|Proof of vaccination required (12 years+)
If not fully vaccinated, PCR Test required within 48 hours of planned departure to Peru
|Updated May 12, 2022
See IATA Travel Centre for more detail
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