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Entering Puerto Rico

Tucson, Arizona
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Entering Puerto Rico

Can you show proof of negative COVID-19 test when you arrive at the San Juan Airport or do you need to upload the results to the PR portal?

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New York City, New...
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1. Re: Entering Puerto Rico

I believe it has to be uploaded. But someone who just travelled there hopefully they can help you

New York City, New...
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2. Re: Entering Puerto Rico

Arrived 2 days ago. I wasn’t asked to show my negative results. I had them printed out just in case. I printed out the QR code. They scanned it and we were out of the airport. Very quick process, if you have your paperwork.

Green Bay, Wisconsin
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3. Re: Entering Puerto Rico

As long as you have your QR code, you'll be fine. This is what you need to exit the airport. Definitely bring along proof of your negative test, but I don't think it's necessarily crucial that they are uploaded to the PR Declaration Form.

Edited: April 02, 2021, 1:24 am
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