UPDATE ON THE HEALTH REQUIREMENTS TO
ENTER THE COUNTRY
a) That, as of 00:00 hours on Monday, 24 October 2022, the protocol for entering the country issued on 2 June 2022 is void. (Any traveller unable to prove their vaccination status against COVID-19 using a vaccination certificate will no longer need to get tested upon entering the country).
b) For surveillance purposes of travellers entering the country, the information on the vaccination status against COVID-19 will be requested as ESPII (Public Health Emergency of International Importance). The absence of said vaccination will not represent any impediment to the Entrance to the country.
c) Neighbouring and commercial land traffic do not need any health requirements for entry.
d) Every traveller, national or foreign, who comes from risk areas: Brazil, Bolivia, Peru and Venezuela, must be vaccinated against Yellow Fever and have the International Vaccination Certificate that accredits it. The International Certificate of Vaccination against Yellow Fever is a mandatory document when purchasing a ticket or carrying out immigration procedures.
The Ministry of Public Health and Social Welfare of Paraguay, by Resolution SG No.
040/2022, establishes the obligation to present the International Certificate of Vaccination against Yellow Fever for the entry and exit of the country of nationals and foreigners to risk areas: Bolivia, Brazil, Peru and Venezuela.
The Ministry of Public Health and Social Welfare recommends administering booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.