Easter Island to open to tourists in February 2022
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Easter Island to open to tourists in February 2022

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11-23-2021
 
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Local authorities have announced that Easter Island, whose residents have not seen travelers since March 2020, will reopen to tourists in February 2022.

Easter Island, located in the Pacific Ocean, 3,700 km west of the coast of Chile and known for its majestic stone statues, has received the lion's share of income from the tourism industry for decades.

To get to the island, tourists will need to present a vaccination certificate and pass a negative PCR test conducted no more than 48 hours before arrival.

No cases of COVID-19 have been reported on the island since September 2020. Nevertheless, at a nationwide consultation in October last year, 67% of residents opposed the opening of the island to tourists.

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