Wow, I’m so happy I found this forum has been resurrected! I had no idea what happened to the old one and have felt disconnected for months. Kudos to whoever sorted this out!
I’m sure the answer to this question would have already been addressed in the other forum. I hope I can find similar answers here.
I’m living abroad, but have travelled to Chile recently with my children. We live in the UK, so my 12 year old has one vaccine dose and the 9 year old doesn’t have any doses. This is the vaccination schedule here. Also, there is no official QR code-based document available here for children under the age of 16.
Is there anything I can do to get a pase de movilidad for my children in Chile? It seems like we can’t do anything just because my children aren’t fully vaccinated. They are Chileans, so I’m contemplating getting them vaccinated in Chile just for the pase de movilidad.
ATM, the Pase de Movilidad is only required for 12 and older but I’m sure it will be extended in the not so distant future to 6 and older. Also ATM, only 18 and older need a booster to keep a valid pass but I’m sure this will soon be extended to 12 and older.
It is needed to eat indoors at restaurants, at certain public venues, domestic flights and trips on interregional buses over 200 kms. Without a pass, one can still travel in private vehicle between regions and still eat at restaurants with an open terrace area (almost all restaurants these days).
You should begin the validation process for the first jab of the 12 year old on mevacuno.cl assuming he/she has a valid CI or Clave Unica.