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Do you plan to travel abroad? This you should know if you do not want to miss your flight

Do you plan to travel abroad?  This you should know if you do not want to miss your flight

Vaccines against Covid-19 are already part of the health requirements to travel to many of the countries in the world. Most states require travelers arriving from most countries to be fully vaccinated by the doses authorized by the World Health Organization (WHO).

The sales manager of Universal Tours, Blanca Dolly Guardia, indicated that the vaccine with the most restrictions is Sputnik-V, since it is not accepted in countries such as the United States, much of Europe, Canada, Panama, the Bahamas and some Middle Eastern countries.

The travel specialist stressed that Bolivians who have been vaccinated with Sputnik-V can request the Headquarters to apply the two doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine as a special case to be able to make the trip and those who do not wish to inject these doses can opt for other destinations that do accept the Russian vaccine such as the Caribbean, Cancun, Punta Cana, Brazil, Argentina, among many others.

In addition, he stated that all countries, without exception, in addition to the complete vaccination schedule, require negative PCR tests and in some cases, nasal antigen for people admitted by air.

Being clear about the requirements that must be met to travel abroad will avoid setbacks when traveling and even avoid missing flights when you are about to board the plane as several cases have already been recorded.

To avoid these mishaps, Next, we present the main requirements for the destinations most visited by Bolivians:


1.- Submit proof that proves that you are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 before boarding the plane.

2.- Only people with the vaccines authorized by the United States drug regulator or the World Health Organization can enter: Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca, Sinopharm and Sinovac. The Sputnik-V vaccine is not allowed.

3.- All passengers, from children two years and older must present a negative nasal antigen test for Covid-19 or a recovery certificate to travel to the United States. The test must have a maximum of 24 hours before the trip.

4.- Those under the age of 18 are exempt from the vaccination requirement, but if arriving by air, everyone over the age of two will need to present a negative test before travel. Those traveling with vaccinated adults will need to be tested within 72 hours of travel. Those traveling with unvaccinated adults will need to get tested within 24 hours of travel.


one.- Each country of the European Union (EU) is free to apply its own rules for travelers from inside and outside the block and their rules can vary a lot, which creates more confusion for tourists, so it is advisable to look up the exact requirements of the country of destination.

2.- Most of the countries of the European Union and the Schengen Area accept the following vaccines against Covid-19, which are recognized by the European Medicines Agency (EMA): AstraZeneca, Janssen (Johnson & Johnson), Moderna, Nuvaxoid, and Pfizer.

3.- Some countries also accept the following vaccines, which have been recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO), but not by the EMA: Covishield, Sinopharm and Sinovac.

4.- All countries require a certificate showing the negative result of a PCR test carried out within 72 hours prior to travel, or an antigen detection test with the same result carried out 24 hours before boarding, depending on the country.

What do I do if I have Sputnik-V and want to travel to these countries?

For people who were vaccinated against Covid-19 with Sputnik or Sinopharm and who need to travel abroad, the Headquarters Santa Cruz determined that the vaccine will be applied AstraZeneca in full outline.

The time interval for vaccination between the last dose received from either Sputnik or Sinopharm and the new vaccine will be a minimum of four weeks. The interval between the first booster dose (third dose) and second booster dose (fourth dose) with AstraZeneca vaccine will be 28 days.

The vaccination points authorized to apply these special booster doses are only at the Gabriel René Moreno Autonomous University (UAGRM) and Fexpocruz.

The requirements for vaccination of these special cases are:

1.- Letter addressed to the Director of the Headquarters, Dr. Erwin Viruez Soleto, requesting the authorized vaccine for travelers abroad, detailing the reason and place of the trip for its corresponding authorization.

2.- Simple photocopy of the identity card.

3.- Photocopy of the ticket or travel reservation

4.- Photocopy of the vaccination card of the last dose that must establish an interval of four weeks (28 days).

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