Three Argentines arrested in Paraguay for trying to board a plane with fake PCR tests

"You can no longer believe in PCRs coming from outside. This happens in Europe as well. PCRs are being sold to travel," the Buenos Aires Minister of Health had warned.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Three Argentines were arrested at Silvio Pettirossi airport, in Asunción, Paraguay, after an airline employee of the flight they had to board detected that the negative tests for coronavirus were false PCRs and informed the local Ministry of Health.

According to the protocol in force in that country, when checking in, it is necessary to verify that the QR code shown in the results of the PCR test coincides with the passenger's ID card data.

In view of the inconsistencies shown by the system, the woman informed the authorities and all of them were . . .

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