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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR PUERTO RICO

 

It is almost time for your trip to Puerto Rico! As you prepare, please be aware of the new travel requirements and entry screening process for visiting the island. The ongoing pandemic causes frequent changes to entry requirements and testing guidelines, so be sure to check this page frequently leading up to your trip as it will be updated with new information as it becomes available.
Last Updated: Apr 30th, 2021

1. Complete a Travel Declaration Form

Please be advised that all arriving passengers must complete a travel declaration form from the Puerto Rico Health Department.

To complete your travel declaration form, click here.

2. Present a Negative Molecular COVID-19 test

All arriving passengers must present a negative molecular COVID-19 test result (which consists of a nasal or throat swab), taken no more than 72 hours prior.

You will automatically receive an Airport Exit Confirmation QR Code when uploading your molecular test results to the Puerto Rico Health Department’s online portal. You will need to present this code upon arrival in Puerto Rico

Travelers arriving without a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of arrival will be imposed a $300 fine and mandatory quarantine must be observed. However, the $300 fine will be dismissed to those travelers who submit the negative molecular tests results within the first 48 hours after arrival on the island. Otherwise, the $300 fine will come into effect after the maximum of 48 hours have expired. The mandatory quarantine will be lifted once the evidence of the negative results are presented.


Compliance of arrival protocols is mandatory by the Government of Puerto Rico.

Please note that certain destinations require additional testing/health screening and temperature checks upon arrival and/or throughout your stay. We strongly encourage you to review these requirements so that you know what to expect.  

For more details and information on travel restrictions and guidelines, please visit the Puerto Rico Tourist Board website.