Argentina demands increase in vaccinated population to reopen borders with Paraguay

Argentine authorities maintain their position of not reopening the borders for health reasons due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Paraguayan government officials have repeatedly urged their Argentine counterparts to reopen their borders, mainly due to the economic impact of closures on the population living in border areas.

Migration Director Ángeles Arriola said that she recently met with authorities of the Argentine Border Health Directorate, where Paraguay's intention to reopen the borders in the cities of Encarnación - Posadas, through the San Roque González de Santa Cruz bridge, was once again expressed.

During the meeting, the situation of the Department of Itapúa was presented, where there is a decrease in the number of . . .

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