Puerto Rico has been requiring a negative COVID PCR in order to enter without needing to quarantine.
Effective today, fully vaccinated passengers flying within the US can present their vaccination card instead of needing a negative test result. You can also upload your card to their online portal, which will produce a QR code that will allow you to skip testing.
Additionally starting today, fully vaccinated people will no longer need to wear a mask at beaches and parks.
Children 2 and older will still need to present a negative COVID PCR if they are not vaccinated.
US citizens do not need a passport for travel to Puerto Rico and children under 18 do not need any ID. You do not need to take a COVID test to fly back to the US mainland.
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