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Exercise a high degree of caution in Chile due to ongoing demonstrations and civil unrest. On October 18, , a popular uprising started in reaction to economic measures imposed by the government. Demonstrations in Santiago and other cities across the country have developed into nationwide protests and civil unrest.
Violent incidents have occurred, including arson, looting and clashes between protesters and security forces. They resulted in several casualties. Political demonstrations, civil unrest and outbreaks of violence may occur at any time. Roadblocks may be erected. The situation could significantly disrupt the following essential services:. Be aware that Chilean law prohibits political activities by foreigners.
Tourism, logistical, infrastructure and commercial information on the situation in Chile - Government of Chile. Student protests occur intermittently, accompanied by road blocks, public transportation disruptions or confrontations with police. You should be particularly vigilant on dates of national significance:. Even peaceful demonstrations can turn violent at any time. They can also lead to disruptions to traffic and public transportation.
More about mass gatherings large-scale events. There are ongoing public sector strikes across the country. Expect possible delays at border checkpoints, ports and airports due to striking Chilean customs staff. Contact your travel provider to check the status of your departure and allow plenty of time for check-in at the airport or seaport. The number of armed assaults has increased significantly since the beginning of Tourists have been attacked, even during the daytime.
Be particularly careful:. Residential break-ins and robberies occur regularly, and are on the rise in the Santiago Province communities of Las Condes, Lo Barnechea and Vitacura. Thieves have punctured tires in order to distract foreigners and steal their belongings from the vehicle. Keep windows closed and doors locked at all times. Do not leave bags, luggage or other valuable items in the car, and never in plain view. Cars that are parked on the street and left unattended are often broken into, even in affluent areas.