Last week, Health Minister Carla Vizzotti announced the lifting of restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic and the reopening of borders, which will take effect on October 1.
Madrid (European Media) – Argentina’s authorities have authorized the reopening the borders with Brazil, Chile and Chile for 48 hours after closing the covid-19 border.
The government clarified that this pilot test will allow tourists to enter the country via these security corridors.
Also included in the test are Argentines, or residents who have stayed within the past 14 days in Brazil and Chile. Similarly, according to the “Ámbito Financiero” newspaper, businessmen from the Puerto Iguazu area where the waterfall of the same name is located are ready to reopen the Tancredo Neves International Bridge.
“We believe that tourism will become one of the main activities in the recovery of economic activity in Argentina,” said Matías Lammens, Minister of Tourism, adding that they want to support the regional economy.
Last week, Carla Vizzotti (Health Minister) announced the lifting and reopening the borders of the restrictions that were imposed by the coronavirus epidemic. It will go into effect October 1.
According to information from the news agency Télam, in this sense, he explained that activities at the national level will resume and confirmed that the use of outdoor masks will no longer be mandatory.
A quota for entry will be set up to ensure that all foreigners are allowed into the country. It will run until November 1. The minister pointed out that the average number of cases in the country is 1,700 per day.