The country will begin a new phase in the coming days to receive foreign visitors. Until now, it is known that it will allow the entry of visitors from all over South America and some Central American countries.
Looking ahead to the next summer season, on November 1 Argentina began its process of reopening its borders to allow international tourists to enter.
For now, the measure applies to neighboring countries (Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Bolivia and Chile) and the only accesses enabled are the Ezeiza International Airport, the Buquebús river terminal and five border crossings.
But, a few days ago, the Ministry of Tourism and Sports of the Nation and the National Institute for Tourism Promotion (INPROTUR) announced through a virtual press conference that the second phase of the reopening process will soon begin.
What will this new stage consist of? Until now, it is known that it will allow the entry of visitors from all over South America and some Central American countries.
In addition, the reception of passengers will not be limited to Buenos Aires but will extend to other points such as Bariloche, Iguazú, Mendoza and El Calafate, among other important tourist destinations in the interior.
In this sense, as the intention of the Government is that the reopening is gradual and safe, the rest of the countries of the world for now will have to wait to re-enter Argentina, unless they are essential passengers or theymove for reasons force majeure.
International tourists entering the country must present a negative PCR test, an online affidavit (which must be completed 48 hours before boarding) and medical insurance with coverage in case of COVID-19.
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