Argentina will require negative PCR test for truckers coming from Chile

As of midnight on Wednesday, April 14th, Argentina will demand that carriers coming from Chile present a negative PCR test to enter country, after new restriction measures were implemented.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Specifically, the new sanitary regulations, according to provision 342/21 of the Ministry of Health of Argentina, establish that foreign carriers and crew members entering by land must present a certificate for a negative PCR test result performed within 72 hours before entering the country.

"We highlight the measures adopted in Argentina, which go hand in hand with what our country has done. This pandemic must be fought by all of us, and let us hope that we overcome it as soon as possible", said the Chilean governor of Talca province, Germán Verdugo.

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