Easter Island, famous for its grandiose moais, reopens to visitors after more than two years closed due to the global coronavirus health crisis.
Located in Polynesia, Oceania, this Chilean territory is preparing to receive tourists and reactivate its main economic activity.
According to international media, the reopening will be gradual and instead of the two flights that arrived per day, there will be only two a week.
After the announcement, the island authorities indicated that visitors must follow the following requirements to enter the Rapa Nui territory:
- Mobility pass enabled for all passengers: This is a document issued by the Chilean government to all people who completed their vaccination process against covid-19 and completed 14 days from the second dose of the Pfizer, Sinovac, AstraZeneca vaccines. , SPUTNIK V and mRNA 1273 from the Moderna laboratory, and the single dose from CanSino and Janssen; in addition to the booster dose.
- To validate the vaccines received outside of Chile and obtain the mobility pass, go to the following link.
- Negative PCR test less than 24 hours before the flight.
- As established by the Law of Residence and Permanence of 2018, only people with a hotel reservation or a letter and invitation extended by a resident can enter Easter Island. to stay up to 30 days on the island.
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