As pilot project, Argentina reopens land border with Chile for four days

To enter Argentine territory it will be necessary to have completed the vaccination schedule at least 14 days prior to arrival, present a negative PCR test performed within the previous 72 hours and perform an antigen test upon arrival.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Argentine government authorized as from Monday (27) -for four days- the entry of tourists from Chile and Brazil by land to the bordering provinces of Mendoza and Misiones in the framework of a decrease in the number of cases of the new coronavirus.

The decision was published on Monday in the Official Gazette and involves a "pilot test of border tourism" until September 30, which enables the entry of Brazilian and Chilean citizens, residents of both countries or those who have stayed there in the last 14 days prior to entering Argentina.

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