Return to my country during the state of emergency in Peru

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If you were visiting Peru when the national emergency was declared, and you have already purchased a ticket to fly back to your country between March 16th and March 30th, you can register on the list that the peruvian Ministerio de Turismo y Comercio Exterior (Mincetur) has enabled so that the consulate and/or embassy of your country could coordinate your return.

After you register your information, it will be sent to your country’s consulate and/or embassy so your nation’s government could coordinate with the local authorities in order to, in an exceptional manner, enable a return flight.

The state of emergency came into effect on Monday, March 16th, at 11:59 PM and it closed all frontiers as mentioned on this official document: Decreto Supremo Nº 044-2020-PCM. This measure suspends all the international transportation of passengers by land, air, sea and rivers.

Requirements
  • Passport.
  • Ticket back home (for flights scheduled from March 16th to March 30th).

Modalidad: Online

Do it Online:

If you meet the requirements, complete the following form.

Register to return to my country

If you need more information, please contact iPeru through an email to iperu@promperu.gob.pe or iperulimaapto@promperu.gob.pe, or write them on WhatsApp at +51 944 492 314 (only texts).

Important

  • Mandatory social immobilization: you cannot move on the street between 12:00 a. m. and 4:00 a. m., Monday through Sunday. Only in Metropolitan Lima and Callao, this restriction is applied from 11:00 p. m. to 4:00 a. m., while at Tumbes, Piura, Lambayeque, La Libertad and the province of Santa (Ancash), the prohibition is from 10:00 p. m. to 4:00 a. m. You can only go out if you need urgent or emergency medical attention because your life or health is at serious risk, or to acquire medications.
  • Private transport restriction: On December 24th, 25th, and 31st of 2020 and on January 1st of 2021, it is not allowed to use privately owned vehicles on national level.
  • Children under 12 years old: when going out, they must maintain a distance of no less than 2 meters from other people. This does not include adults who accompany them (parents, guardians or adult caregivers).

Protect the lives of our siblings with a risk factor: children, the elderly, patients with chronic disease, cancer or immunosuppression. Let's defeat the coronavirus together! #StaySafe.