The government has said it will continue to suspend flights from India, South Africa and Brazil amid the global outbreak of the epidemic and the second wave of the new corona virus facing Peru.
The move is valid until Thursday, July 15th.
The Ministerial Resolution 636-2021-MTC / 01, The official gazette published today in El Peruvano, aims to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the face of the current health emergency. This decision is part of a consistent analysis carried out by various instances of executive power.
Since May 10, the government has already ordered a ban on entry into Peru from India.
At a press conference at the end of April, Violeta Bermமாdes, chair of the Council of Ministers, indicated that the regulation would be maintained. Raised for Brazil and South Africa, but not for England From May 10th.
What are the requirements for aircraft? –
Peruvians, foreigners residing and immigrants, nationals entering the country, regardless of country Have a negative molecule or antigen test, According to current health regulations. As a result the positive ones, in this case enter into mandatory isolation according to the rules.
The Ministry of Transport and Communications urges passengers and the public not to “reduce their safety” and to take steps to prevent the spread of the corona virus, such as the use of masks, hand washing and social exclusion.
It is worth noting that to date there is no need to use face shields at airports in the country, according to the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (Minchettur). The measure has been in effect since January 28 last year for individuals preparing to make national and international flights.
International airline passengers entering Peru must present a negative COVID-19 molecular test, which took up to 72 hours per flight; Fill out the Health and Geographic Accreditation Certificate online and wear a mask and face mask at all times while staying on the plane and at the airport.
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