INTERPROVINCIAL TRANSPORTATION MEASURES AND RESTRICTIONS IN PERU
Due to the actual conjuncture related to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the government disposes of targeted measures to stop the spread of Coronavirus. Provinces are classified into 4 Alert Levels: Extreme, Very High, High, and Moderate, according to the risk level of contagion. In redBus, we provide you information about the transportation restrictions by Alert Level, as well as the cities on every level from July 12nd to August 1st, 2021.
About bus capacity for bus companies
For routes on Extreme and Very High alert levels, the bus companies establish the capacity of the bus. We recommend checking the requirements through the bus companies' communication channels in order to avoid any setbacks.
VERY HIGH ALERT LEVEL
Interprovincial transportation restrictions: For routes that depart from cities in Very High Alert Level, these are the following restrictions:
- For trips of 5 or fewer hours, buses will operate at 50% of their capacity, without the requirement of a molecular or antigen test negative test for COVID-19.
- For trips over 5 hours, buses will operate at 100% of their capacity. Passengers will have to present a molecular or antigen test negative for COVID-19, taken no more than 72 hours before the departure. As an alternative, passengers can travel without the requirement of a test if the bus operates at 50% of its capacity.
Cities in Very High Alert Level:
CITIES WITH HIGH ALERT LEVEL
Interprovincial transportation restrictions: For routes that depart from cities at High Level, the government establishes that there are no restrictions.
Cities in High Alert Level
● La Libertad
● San Martin
MODERATE ALERT LEVEL
Interprovincial transportation restrictions: For routes that depart from cities at Moderate Level, the government establishes that there are no restrictions.
Cities in Moderate Alert Level
● Madre de Dios
For more information about the restrictions and preventive measures to stop the spread of Coronavirus, you can click this link.