Argentina reopens for Brazilian tourists


Alberto Fernández will sign on Sunday a decree that will allow the reopening of the Argentine border for tourists from Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia and Chile.

The decree that reopens the air border, closed since March 16, will have some limitations.

Tourists should disembark only at Ezeiza International Airport, in Buenos Aires. The measure should take effect as of November 1.

In addition, tourists should undergo a PCR-type test to diagnose Covid-19 at the point of origin. Land borders will remain closed.

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