First, you will need to complete a Travel Declaration Form online (either in English or Spanish). If you fail to do so, there is still the possibility to do it at the airport, but there may be delays or other complications.
You will need to bring negative COVID-19 test results (carried out through nasal or throat swab) no older than 72 hours at the moment of landing. There is limited testing on the island so it is highly recommended to take a test before traveling. These are some official testing sites in the US.
Once you upload your test results to your Travel Declaration Form online (links above) you will receive an Airport Exit Confirmation Number and QR code. Without these two you won’t be allowed to leave the airport.
What type of COVID-19 test is required to enter Puerto Rico?
You must bring a molecular COVID-19 test (nasal or throat swab). Find testing places on the mainland here.
Is Puerto Rico safe now?
Recent reports have included Puerto Rico among the list of US territories suffering a high increase COVID-19 case count after reopening the territory for a second time. As of December 3, the Center for Disease and Control (CDC) has issued a Level 4 risk, meaning there is a very high level of virus transmission in Puerto Rico.