Need Help?
Venezuela
Updated on 11 Aug 2022

Considering that each country's COVID-19 entry regulations may change at any time, and that each destination has its own specific procedures, please always confirm the information in TIMATIC in your GDS, IATA TRAVEL CENTER, SHERPA or with official government agencies of the destination country.

Please be advised that it is the responsibility of the passenger to comply with all government policies and entry requirements and failure to comply may result in denied boarding for the flight or entry to the destination.

 

TRAVEL ALERT

Passengers entering Venezuela must:

  • Fill out a "Pase de Salud" (health pass) prior to departureAll passengers must present the QR code of the CASALAB link before departure from the origin point.
  • Present a certificate of complete vaccination (the last dose cannot be less than 14 days nor more than 270 days old) OR
  • Present a copy of the negative COVID-19 PCR test performed within 72 hours before arriving in Venezuela.
  • Biocheck QR Code: As of 1 August 2022 it is mandatory to present the QRcode at the airport of origin before flight departure. It can be obtained up to 72 hours before departure - click here
  • Must perform a PCR test upon arrival.

Exceptions: children under 5 yrs old

Entry to Venezuela remains restricted to nationals, residents and diplomats, as well as passengers coming from Spain, Portugal, Turkey, Mexico, Bolivia, Panama, Dominican Republic, Cuba and Russia.

ONLINE PRE-REGISTRATION

Passengers entering Venezuela must fill out a "Health Pass" before departure and register their flight details in order to obtain a QR code.

This QR code (printed or digital) is mandatory and will be requested by both the airline at check-in and by local health authorities upon arrival to give access to the mandatory PCR Test on arrival.

This QR code

Fill out the Health Pass - HERE

 
GENERAL ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 

VACCINATION STATUS/CERTIFICATES:

Regardless of vaccination status, the local entry requirements for Venezuela due to COVID-19 are standard.

There is no list of accepted vaccination certificates and proof of vaccination 

Entry requirements do not vary, as proof of vaccination is not mandatory to enter the country

Having recovered from COVID-19 also does not exempt passengers from the general entry rules set by local authorities. 

TESTS:

Passengers entering Venezuela must:

  • Fill out a "Pase de Salud" (health pass) prior to departure.
  • Present a certificate of complete vaccination (the last dose cannot be less than 14 days nor more than 270 days old) OR
  • Present a copy of the negative COVID-19 PCR test performed within 72 hours before arriving in Venezuela.
    Other COVID-19 viral diagnostic tests (e.g. TMA, LAMP, NEAR or antigen) are not accepted.
  • All passengers must submit to a new COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival which will be administered by a local health authority service provider.
    • Passengers will need to register in advance via the CASALAB website and register their flight details to obtain a QR code.
    • Passengers who test positive will receive guidance from local health authorities regarding quarantine and health assistance.

NOTE

It is mandatory to present the QR code of the CASALAB link before departure from the origin point.

All passengers must present this QR code (printed or digital) both to the airline at check-in and to local health authorities upon arrival. 

All passengers aged 5 years and above must take a PCR test upon arrival.

 

EXCEPTION:

These requirements do not apply: to children under 1 year of age.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

Passengers over 12 months old must pay a fee of $60 (US dollars) in cash for the compulsory PCR test on arrival if this has not been included in the ticket.

TAP includes this fee in the cost of the ticket.

It is the passenger's responsibility to register for the PCR test on the CASALAB website and present a QR code for the scheduled test at the airport of origin prior to check-in for all travel to Venezuela.

 

QUARANTINE
 
The service provider (CASALAB) will share the test results and the passenger's personal data with the Venezuelan authorities.
 
If the passenger tests positive for COVID-19, he/she must follow the instructions of the local health authorities.

 

 

HELPFUL LINKS

IATA Travel Center 

Ministry of Health of Venezuela

Embassies of Venezuela
 

 

 

Couldn't find what you were looking for?
Try other support topics
Couldn't find an answer to your question?Send your question / request to TAP's helpdesk