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Argentina has introduced new immigration regulations since December: entry must hold a 3-day negative nucleic acid test certificate

Argentina has introduced new immigration regulations since December: entry must hold a 3-day negative nucleic acid test certificate.

Argentina has introduced new immigration regulations since December: entry must hold a 3-day negative nucleic acid test certificate.

On November 28th Carignano, director of the Argentine Immigration Bureau, said in an interview with the media that from December 1, Argentina will implement new entry regulations and no longer require 14 days of self-isolation of entry personnel. The relevant decree will be officially announced on the 29th.

It is understood that according to the new regulations, all Argentine residents and tourists from neighboring countries must hold a negative COVID-19 nucleic acid test certificate within 72 hours and a health statement filled in online within 48 hours to 10 minutes in advance when entering the country

Argentine residents must download the epidemic prevention software in advance and report their health in real time; tourists from neighboring countries need to buy Buy international commercial insurance covering COVID-19; people who meet the above conditions can enter the country and no longer impose a 14-day self-quarantine.

At present, the Argentine government only allows residents of neighboring countries to enter for tourism purposes, while the entry conditions of bus drivers, flight crews and other transportation practitioners are stipulated separately.

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