COVID-19 Traveler Information
Official information from the Government of Puerto Rico on surveillance guides, mandates and notices
applicable to any person traveling to Puerto Rico. Because Puerto Rico is a jurisdiction of the United States,
all travelers must comply with the health guidelines recommended by the Center for Disease Control and
Prevention (CDC) at the national level. This in addition to complying with the health protocols implemented
Your Puerto Rico Experience
For more information or for questions about travel requirements in Puerto Rico, you can contact our traveler help center at:
939-592-5115 | email@example.com
While traveling in Puerto Rico you must:
Get tested and self-isolate if you get sick or
develop COVID-19 symptoms.
Wear a mask or face covering at all times in
Wash your hands frequently and wipe down high touch
Practice physical distancing, minimize and keep track of interactions with others and the places that you
All persons entering Puerto Rico must:
Complete a Travel Declaration
Click here to complete your Online Travel Declaration Form.
Anyone older than 2 years must provide a negative result of a molecular or antigen test for COVID-19 performed within the period of 48 hours before arriving on the Island, regardless of being inoculated with any of the vaccines authorized by FDA or WHO. In case of being an international traveler, you must provide a negative result of a molecular or antigen test for COVID-19 performed in a period no longer than one (1) day before boarding a flight to Puerto Rico.
Click the button below to locate your closest COVID-19 testing center in the US.
Nationwide Testing Site Locator
NOTICE: Any passenger, regardless the vaccination status, over the age of 2 years, without a molecular or antigen test result for COVID-19 performed within the 48-hours period before the arrival from a domestic destination, will be assessed a $300 fine. However, this will be waived if the traveler presents a test result or proof of a test performed within 48 hours of arrival. If you are a traveler from an international destination, you must present a negative result of a molecular or antigen test for COVID-19 performed in a period no longer than one (1) day before boarding a flight to Puerto Rico.
Destination-Wide Health & Safety
Puerto Rico takes Traveler’s Health & Safety
seriously. Get to know the strict Health & Safety
measures that tourism businesses on Island must
adhere to while making your stay a memorable one.
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