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The Peruvian government has extended the state of emergency declared in March 2020 until September 3, 2021. A nocturnal applies throughout Peru Curfewthat varies in different regions.

In Lima this applies from March 15, 2021 to May 9, 2021from 9:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m. the following day. There is a full-day curfew on Sundays.

Beaches remain closed. Supermarkets, pharmacies, banks, financial institutions, hairdressers, SPAs, restaurants, museums, libraries, archaeological sites, galleries, botanical and zoological gardens, casinos, fitness clubs, cinemas, theaters, churches and other religious sites are allowed to open with limited capacity. Artistic and educational open air events (no major events) are possible to a limited extent. Inter-provincial traffic is resumed. All social gatherings are prohibited.


In general, everyone in public must wear mouth and nose protection. In closed rooms, especially supermarkets, banks, pharmacies, even two on top of each other (one medical and one fabric mask possible) plus a face shield.
A minimum distance of at least one meter must also be maintained. Make sure you comply with the AHA regulations and also follow the instructions from local authorities. Violations of the hygiene regulations can result in fines and short prison sentences.

The land and sea borders are still closed - also for the movement of goods. Air traffic with Europe was resumed. Entry of people from the United Kingdom, Brazil and South Africa is prohibited until May 9, 2021 - this applies both to people who are resident in these countries and to people who have stayed there or have traveled through in the last 14 days. All other people entering the country are obliged to present a negative COVID-19 test result that is no more than 72 hours old, to register electronically before entering the country and to present the QR code received during registration. The 14-day quarantine can be avoided if a negative antigen test is presented. This takes place upon entry, the costs must be borne by the travelers. If the test result is positive, a 14-day quarantine in the so-called "Villa Panamericana" is mandatory (originally built as a quarters for the Pan American Games 2019).

The land borders are currently closed. Transit and onward travel by air (airport transit) is possible. Travelers with an onward flight in less than 16 hours do not have to go into quarantine, but are not allowed to leave the transit area of ​​the airport. For stays of more than 16 hours, the health authorities will assign a quarantine location until departure. The costs for this are to be borne by the travelers.

Please also note the travel and safety information from the Foreign Office on Peru.