After evaluating the changes in the epidemics caused by Govt-19, the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MDC) has established new arrangements for international and national aviation.
Approved by Minister Resolution No. 923-2020-MTC / 01 and resumption of flights for more than eight hours suspended by Minister Resolution No. 968-2020-MTC / 01 and its extensions. However, flights to the United Kingdom, South Africa and Brazil will continue to be grounded. This restriction applies from March 15 to March 31.
In this way, flights departing from Madrid, Barcelona, Amsterdam and Paris will be resumed; However, foreigners who have immigrated from the United Kingdom, South Africa and Brazil or have been detained in those countries for the past 14 days are not allowed to enter the country.
Passengers arriving in Peru must still present a negative molecular test for Covit-19, resulting in up to 72 hours given to the aircraft and compulsory 14-day isolation, which may result in a negative result. Of an antigen test to rule out COVID-19, which can be done upon arrival in the country.
In addition, they must complete an affidavit of health and geographical recognition online. The document records passenger data, which will allow health officials to locate a person traveling with Govt-19 if found to be traveling nearby.
The decision taken by the government responds to progress The second wave of COVID-19 And aims to reduce the risk of infections caused by the entry of persons affected by the new variant SARS – Cove-2 In the European continent, Brazil and South Africa. The regulation was signed by Transport and Communications Minister Eduardo Gonzalez Chavez.
In these ways, countries planning flights to Peru – on these dates – are advised to contact their airline or travel agency to manage the refurbishment of their flights.
It is worth noting that the government will stop the demand that a molecule or antigen test negative result to travel to any national destination to reactivate domestic tourism.