Puerto Rico is welcoming back tourists, including US travelers, with a reopening date set for July 15. As with many other border reopenings, however, international visitors will have to comply with a strict set of safety precautions.
Visitors arriving at Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (the only airport currently welcoming international flights) are required to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of arrival. Starting July 15, arriving passengers are also required to complete a travel declaration from the Puerto Rico Health Department. The test must be a PCR test, i.e. a nasal or throat swab. For travelers who arrive in Puerto Rico without proof of a negative test result, rapid testing will be available at the airport; however, even if the test result is negative, it will be mandatory for the traveler to quarantine and cover their own medical expenses/possible extended stay.