Travel Restrictions Entering Venezuela from Montenegro

International Travel Restrictions and Policies

Summary

The following information is applicable to people who are fully vaccinated and traveling from Montenegro to Venezuela.

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Governments are changing their policies rapidly in response to the Omicron variant. We recommend checking in regularly and verifying requirements with the linked sources before making travel plans.

Border Status
PARTIALLY OPEN

Travel is allowed with restrictions

Policies
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Cases Per Million
73.40
Decreased by29.72
at 1/25/2022
Vaccinated
64.08%
Increased by64.08%
at 12/17/2021
Return Status
PARTIALLY OPEN

Travel is allowed with restrictions

Border Status

Allowed

Travel is allowed with restrictions

Description

Travelers are allowed to enter Venezuela. Please check the documentation, quarantine, and/or testing requirements before traveling.

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Start Date
3/16/2021
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Visas

Before You Leave

Mandatory

Proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test results

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Description

Travelers must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test result. The test must be taken a maximum of 48 hours before arrival in Venezuela.

Testing Options
  • A Pcr Test Up To 48 hours Before Arrival
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On Arrival

Mandatory

Mandatory COVID-19 testing on arrival

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Description

Travelers are required to take a COVID-19 PCR test on arrival at their own expense. Travelers who test positive will receive guidance from local health authorities in respect to quarantine and sanitary assistance.

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Not Required

No quarantine required

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Description

Travelers arriving with a valid negative COVID-19 PCR test result are not required to quarantine on arrival in Venezuela.

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While You're There

Mandatory

Masks are mandatory in public

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Description

Travelers must wear masks at all times, including when travelling via land in private vehicles.

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COVID-19 Risk Information

Unknown
We have limited data on COVID-19 transmission in Venezuela and can't assess the risk of traveling to this destination.
Daily New Cases Per Millionmore information indicator
73.40
Decreased by29.72
at 1/25/2022
Percent Vaccinatedmore information indicator
64.08%
Increased by64.08%
at 12/17/2021
People Vaccinatedmore information indicator
18,393,519
Increased by18,393,519
at 12/17/2021
Reproduction Ratemore information indicator
1.71
Increased by-0.08
at 1/23/2022

Data is sourced from Our World In Data, and risk levels are assessed and scored based on the CDC guidelines.

Local Guidelines

The Venezuelan Government has banned public gatherings and certain regions remain under quarantine measures until further notice. More relaxed or restrictive measures may be in effect depending on the region you are visiting. We recommend keeping up-to-date with official guidelines throughout your trip.
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Use of mask

Required
Face masks are required in public spaces, enclosed environments, and on public transportation.

Public transportation

Restrictions in place
Public transportation services are operational between certain routes. Roadblocks are in place and interstate travel is restricted except for those holding an approved 'salvoconducto' permit.

Restaurants

Restrictions in place
Restaurants may be open depending on the region visited, with reduced capacity to allow for social distancing. Restaurants may be closed in high-risk areas.

Bars

Restrictions in place
Bars may be open depending on the region visited, with reduced capacity to allow for social distancing. Bars may be closed in high-risk areas.

Nightclubs

Restrictions in place
Nightclubs may open depending on the region visited, with reduced capacity to allow for social distancing. Nightclubs may be closed in high-risk areas.

Shops

Restrictions in place
Local authorities have introduced an alternating system to reopen sectors of the economy. During a ''flexible week'', certain non-essential businesses are permitted to open with reduced hours. During a ''lockdown week'', only essential services are permitted to open. Businesses may have their own adapted safety measures are in place, such as the use of hand sanitizer and social distancing.

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