Puerto Rico drops testing rule for vaxxed U.S. visitors

Effective Feb. 2, Puerto Rico is eliminating the negative Covid-19 testing requirement for entry for visitors traveling from the U.S. who are age 5 and older.

Unvaccinated travelers still have to present a negative Covid test result (molecular or antigen are accepted) taken within 48 hours of travel. Unvaccinated visitors who do not present a test upon entry are required to take a test within 48 hours of arrival. If they test positive, they must quarantine for 10 days. Unvaccinated travelers who do not test before or after arrival are subject to fines and must quarantine for seven days.

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All travelers must fill out an official Travel Declaration Form prior to arrival and upload vaccination records or test results through the online form.

Also starting Feb. 2, restaurants can operate at 75% capacity for indoor settings (up from 50%) and at full capacity for outdoor settings. Bars will still need to operate at 50% capacity.

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