Travel update for Peru set by the Peruvian government during the COVID-19 pandemic - Killa Expeditions

The Peruvian government has extended the state of emergency for the entire country until July 31, 2020, with quarantine (mandatory social isolation) in place
During this state of emergency the borders will remain closed and international travel will continue to be suspended by all means (ground, air, sea) except for humanitarian reasons.
The opening of Machu Picchu, which was set for July 1, was postponed and there is no official update on the opening of air travel. The minister of transportation, Carlos Lozada, said in an interview that internal flights will resume in the first half of July, though this is not official. International flights are set to resume in phase 4, which at one point was slated for August, though also for October (depending on the progress of the virus).
President Vizcarra also announced by decree that the health emergency in Peru will be extended until September 7, 2020. This would allow the country to continue to implement preventive and control measures to fight the spread of the virus and acquire the necessary goods and services that the pandemic demands.

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