Tourism open yet?

Ceviche

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This is utterly confusing. What is the significance of December 15? And in the letter from the consul what is the significance of November 29? Anyway as I understand it, more or less, 1) people from neighboring countries will be allowed in w/o a quarantine, 2) citizens/residents can enter at any time but must do a quarantine 3) people from Europe/USA and other countries are not
allowed in at all?
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Los argentinos que viajen desde países limítrofes, y lleguen al país por el aeropuerto de Ezeiza-Buenos Aires y por Buquebus desde Uruguay, tendrán la opción de evitar la cuarentena de 14 días si antes de viajar obtienen una prueba PCR (hisopado) con resultado negativo.

Lamentablemente, los argentinos que entren a Argentina por otras fronteras no podrán evitar la cuarentena de 14 días, que deberán realizar en un domicilio a su elección.
 

jblaze5779

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What's even more confusing is that if you're an ARg resident traveling within the country you still need a 14 day quarentine... how does that make sense..?
 

jblaze5779

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Even if you're an essential worker traveling from one province to another you technically still need a 14day q.

I know the reasoning behind it but it doesn't make any sense that they're prioritizing tourism over the restart of Arg's industries.
 

sergio

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Los argentinos que viajen desde países limítrofes, y lleguen al país por el aeropuerto de Ezeiza-Buenos Aires y por Buquebus desde Uruguay, tendrán la opción de evitar la cuarentena de 14 días si antes de viajar obtienen una prueba PCR (hisopado) con resultado negativo.

Lamentablemente, los argentinos que entren a Argentina por otras fronteras no podrán evitar la cuarentena de 14 días, que deberán realizar en un domicilio a su elección.
So fly from Europe or USA to Montevideo, stay a couple of days and get the test and then you can enter Argentina?
 

bdk1

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So fly from Europe or USA to Montevideo, stay a couple of days and get the test and then you can enter Argentina?
You can do this, but not Montevideo since Uruguayan borders are closed. You can do it via Brazil or Chile. This is provided you are eligible to enter Argentina, of course (Argie national or resident, or national or resident of a bordering country).
 

sergio

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You can do this, but not Montevideo since Uruguayan borders are closed. You can do it via Brazil or Chile. This is provided you are eligible to enter Argentina, of course (Argie national or resident, or national or resident of a bordering country).
So an Argentine national/resdident just has to fly to Chile, get a test and can then enter w/o a quarantine? Interesting....
 

Rich One

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Today on infobae? mentiones that citizens and residents comming from neighbor countries must give address where they will do the 14 day quarentine?
 
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