Puerto Rico Updates Its Covid-19 Travel Guidelines For Vaccinated Visitors

Tourism is ramping up in Puerto Rico, with several changes to its Covid-19 travel guidelines going into effect this week. For starters, all local curfews in effect since March 2020 have been lifted as of Monday, May 24, 2021, and thanks to a recent Executive Order, as of Friday, May 28, 2021, fully vaccinated domestic travelers can upload their Covid-19 vaccination card instead of showing proof of negative Covid-19 PCR molecular test results before entering. Also starting May 28, 2021: those who aren’t vaccinated or are arriving from other countries will be allowed to provide negative results from either a Covid-19 PCR molecular test or a rapid antigen test.

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