Chile plans a “prudent and gradual” opening of borders as of October

The Chilean Minister of Health, Enrique Paris, expressed his optimism regarding the positive figures of the country on the pandemic and announced that this could be translated into modifications to the regulations on exit and entry to the national territory.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In October, Chile will make changes in the regulation of entry and exit of travelers: airports and border crossings could be opened, in addition to reducing the number of days of mandatory quarantine from 7 to 5, said the Minister of Health, Enrique Paris, in a television interview.

The Chilean Minister of Health, Enrique Paris, expressed his optimism regarding the positive figures of the country on the pandemic and announced that this could be translated into modifications to the regulations on exit and entry to the national territory.

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