On October 24, local time, the Argentine Ministry of Health released the latest data.
The country has 11968 new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia, a total of 1081336; 275 new deaths, a total of 28613; a total of 881,113 cured cases.
On the same day, Argentine Minister of Tourism and Sports Ramos confirmed that Argentina will be open to tourists from neighboring countries from November.
Tourists from Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil and Chile can enter Argentina from the capital’s airport and terminal in Buenos Aires.
Tourists need to undergo nucleic acid testing in advance, but they do not need to be isolated for observation after entry.
The Argentine government hopes to attract more tourists and promote economic recovery through this policy.