Argentina postpones again quarantine exemption for those traveling abroad for work purposes

The measure indicates that those who have traveled for work purposes and have completed the vaccination scheme at least 21 days before re-entering Argentina, either in the national territory or abroad, may dispense with the quarantine.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Argentine government has decided to postpone for the second consecutive time the entry into force of a measure to make its migration policy more flexible, which meant that those citizens or residents who travel abroad for work purposes and are vaccinated against Covid-19 were exempted from quarantine upon their arrival in the country.

The news was announced on the same day that such exemption came into force, and many have criticized what they consider to be a new display of improvisation on the part of the Argentine authorities in charge of the matter, which . . .

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