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Airlines Updates
Published on 08.10.2021, Aerolineas Argentinas:

Aerolíneas Argentinas re-starts flights to Bolivia.

Published on 07.10.2021, Aerolineas Argentinas:

Aerolineas Argentinas to normalize its International flights and brings forward its return to the Caribbean.

Published on 23.09.2021, Aerolineas Argentinas :

Aerolíneas Argentinas plans to fly to Lima with Airbus A330s

Published on 21.09.2021, Aerolineas Argentinas :

Aerolíneas Argentinas to increase flights to Puerto Madryn.

Published on 16.09.2021, Aerolineas Argentinas :

Aerolineas Argentinas to launch Mendoza-Santiago service.

Published on 10.09.2021, Aerolineas Argentinas :

Aerolíneas Argentinas plans to fly between Iguazú and Tucumán

Published on 07.09.2021, Aerolineas Argentinas :

Aerolineas Argentinas resumes operations between Rosario and Mendoza

Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 06.08.2021
Aerolineas Argentinas reactivates a third Boeing 737 MAX
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/08/aerolineas-argentinas-reactivates-a-third-boeing-737-max/
Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina
Published on 16.07.2021
Latest News: Government extends entry restrictions for non-resident foreigners until 9 July because of COVID-19 (Aviacion Online, 26.06.2021). Government extends closure of country’s borders to non-resident foreigners until 25 June because of COVID-19 (Khaleej Times, 13.06.2021)
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Published on 03.07.2021
Flybondi resumes services after pandemic-caused travel restrictions in Argentina
Source: https://en.mercopress.com/2021/07/03/flybondi-resumes-services-after-pandemic-caused-travel-restrictions-in-argentina

Published on 14.12.2020
JetSMART adds flights to El Calafate

Published on 09.11.2020
Aerolíneas Argentinas Schedules 83 International Flights for November

Aerolineas Argentinas during the month of November 2020 continues to operate reduced International service, as of 12OCT20. Planned operation as follows. Additional changes remain likely.

Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Madrid 1 weekly A330-200
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Miami 4 weekly A330-200 (3 weekly from 09NOV20)
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Santa Cruz 1 weekly 737-800
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Santiago de Chile 3 weekly 737-800
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 4 weekly

06.10.2020 Aerolineas Argentinas during the month of October 2020 continues to operate limited schedule on International routes, due to ongoing travel restrictions. Planned operation as of 02OCT20 as follows.

Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Asuncion 737-800 operates on 05OCT20, 19OCT20
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Madrid 1 weekly A330
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Miami 3 weekly A330 (4 weekly from 10OCT20)
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – New York JFK A330 departs EZE on 01OCT20, 15OCT20
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 4 weekly 737-800

Published on 30.09.2020
Aerolíneas Argentinas To Operate 65 International Flights In October

28.08.2020 Aerolineas Argentinas between September and November 2020 is temporary consolidating domestic operation at Buenos Aires Ezeiza. Between 07SEP20 and 30NOV20, following routes will be gradually moved from Aeroparque (AEP) to Ezeiza (EZE).

Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Bahia Blanca 24 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Catamarca eff 16SEP20 12 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Comodoro Rivadavia eff 25OCT20 33 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Corrientes eff 25OCT20 12 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Esquel eff 16SEP20 6 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Formosa eff 16SEP20 12 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Jujuy eff 25OCT20 19 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – La Rioja eff 16SEP20 12 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Neuquen eff 25OCT20 39 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Parana 8 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Posadas eff 25OCT20 21 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Rio Cuarto eff 16SEP20 5 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Rio Gallegos eff 16SEP20 17 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Rio Grande eff 16SEP20 15 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – San Luis eff 16SEP20 12 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – San Rafael 6 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Santa Fe 11 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Santa Rosa eff 20SEP20 6 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Santiago del Estero eff 16SEP20 11 weekly
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Viedma eff 16SEP20 5 weekly

Published on 27.08.2020
Aerolineas Argentinas Sep – Nov 2020 Buenos Aires domestic network changes

Published on 26.08.2020
Emirates suspends flights from, to Buenos Aires amid COVID-19 pandemic

19.08.2020 Aerolineas Argentinas has revised planned International operation for the month of September and October 2020. Latest adjustment as of 18AUG20 sees the airline shrinks planned operation for September.
Various travel restrictions continue to impact the airline’s passenger traffic rights and operation.

September 2020
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Asuncion Service operates on following dates with 737-800: 02, 16, 30
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Cancun Service operates on following dates from EZE with A330: 25SEP20
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Madrid Service operates on following dates from EZE with A330: 02, 04, 07, 11, 18, 25
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Miami Service operates on following dates from EZE with A330: 02, 04, 07, 11, 18, 25
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – New York JFK Service operates on following dates from EZE with A330: 01, 17
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Santiago de Chile 1 weekly 737-800
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 2 weekly 737-800

October 2020
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Asuncion eff 02OCT20 3 weekly 737-800
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Bogota eff 02OCT20 3 weekly 737-700
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Cancun eff 02OCT20 2 weekly A330
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Lima eff 02OCT20 3 weekly 737-800
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Madrid eff 02OCT20 3 weekly A330
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Miami eff 02OCT20 3 weekly A330
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – New York JFK eff 01OCT20 2 weekly A330
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Punta Cana eff 03OCT20 1 weekly A330
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Rio de Janeiro Galeao eff 01OCT20 1 weekly 737-800
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Santiago de Chile eff 01OCT20 1 daily 737-800
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Sao Paulo Guarulhos eff 01OCT20 1 daily 737-800

27.07.2020 Aerolineas Argentinas in recent schedule update adjusted planned International operation between August and October 2020. For the month of August 2020, the airline continues to operate limited International service as Argentina continues border restrictions at least until 31AUG20.

Planned operation for August 2020 as follows.

Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Madrid 1 weekly A330
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Miami 1 weekly A330

The Skyteam member plans gradual restoration on International service with limited frequencies as early as 01SEP20. Planned operation for the period of 01SEP20 – 24OCT20 as of 24JUL20 as follows. Additional changes expected in the next few weeks.

Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Asuncion eff 02SEP20 3 weekly 737-800
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Bogota eff 02SEP20 3 weekly 737-800
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Cancun eff 02SEP20 2 weekly A330
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Lima eff 02SEP20 3 weekly 737-800
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Madrid eff 02SEP20 3 weekly A330
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Miami eff 02SEP20 3 weekly A330
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – New York JFK eff 01SEP20 2 weekly A330
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Punta Cana eff 03OCT20 1 weekly A330
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Rio de Janeiro Galeao eff 01SEP20 1 weekly 737-800
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Santiago de Chile eff 01SEP20 1 daily 737-800
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Sao Paulo Guarulhos eff 01SEP20 1 daily 737-800
Published on 17.07.2020
Aerolineas Argentinas schedules regular flights to Miami, Madrid starting 5 August following COVID-19 reductions

24.06.2020 LATAM Airlines Group on Tuesday (23JUN20) announced cancellation of selected domestic and regional routes, effective immediately. Affected routes as follows.

LATAM Airlines Argentina
Due to the cessation of service announced last week, LATAM Argentina will not resume service on 01SEP20:
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Comodoro Riadavia
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Cordoba
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Iguazu
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Mendoza
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Neuquen
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Rio Gallegos
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Salta
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – San Carlos Bariloche
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Tucuman
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Ushuaia
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Iguazu
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Miami
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – San Carlos Bariloche
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Ushuaia
Cordoba – Mount Pleasant
Rio Gallegos – Mount Pleasant
Rio Gallegos – Punta Arenas

LATAM Airlines Brasil (Affected routes previously scheduled to resume on 01AUG20)
Belem – Macapa
Brasilia – Foz do Iguacu
Curitiba – Foz do Iguacu
Rio de Janeiro Santos Dumont – Foz do Iguacu (Previously scheduled to resume on 25OCT20)
Rio de Janeiro Santos Dumont – Goiania
Sao Luiz – Imperatriz

LATAM Airlines Chile
Iquique – Salta (Previously scheduled to resume on 02JAN21)
Santiago de Chile – Curitiba (Previously scheduled to resume 03AUG20)
Santiago de Chile – Puerto Natales (Previously scheduled to resume on 15NOV20)
Santiago de Chile – Quito (Previously scheduled to commence 02AUG20)

LATAM Airlines Paraguay (Affected route previously scheduled to resume on 01AUG20)
Asuncion – Brasilia

LATAM Airlines Peru (Affected routes previously scheduled to resume on 01AUG20)
Cuzco – Iquitos
Cuzco – Pisco
Cuzco – Trujillo

Published on 23.06.2020
LATAM Airlines Group Network changes as of 23JUN20

Published on 17.06.2020
LATAM Airlines Argentina suspends operations until further notice

Full Restrictions
Open for travel from Argentina
Crossing Rules

Entry restrictions
Passengers are not allowed to enter until 12 March 2021.
– This does not apply to passengers with a Hong Kong (SAR China) passport who are spouses, partners with registered partnership, parents, sisters, brothers or children of nationals of Argentina. They must present proof confirming the relationship (birth, marriage or cohabitation certificate, duly apostilled or legalized) and present a copy of the national ID card of the national of Argentina. More details can be found at: https://tinyurl.com/y5uo6mt4 .
– This does not apply to passengers with a Macao (SAR China) passport who are spouses, partners with registered partnership, parents, sisters, brothers or children of nationals of Argentina. They must present proof confirming the relationship (birth, marriage or cohabitation certificate, duly apostilled or legalized) and present a copy of the national ID card of the national of Argentina. More details can be found at: https://tinyurl.com/y5uo6mt4 .
– This does not apply to passengers with a visa issued by Argentina.

Passengers and airline crew must complete a “Declaracion Jurada Electronica para el ingreso al Territorio Nacional” available at http://ddjj.migraciones.gob.ar/app/ .

Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result. The test must have been taken at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 6 years.
– This does not apply to passengers with a medical certificate with a positive Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 90 days before arrival and proof of medical discharge issued at least 10 days after the positive test.
– This does not apply to passengers with a medical certificate issued at most 72 hours before departure stating lack of Coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms if PCR tests are not available at the country of departure. They are subject to Coronavirus (COVID-19) test upon arrival. Details can be found at https://www.argentina.gob.ar/salud/coronavirus/ingresar-egresar-argentina/opcion-pcr-destino .

Passengers must have a health insurance covering any Coronavirus (COVID-19) expenses.

Passengers must obtain an AVE authorization at www.argentina.gob.ar/INTERIOR/MIGRACIONES .

Passengers with visas issued by Argentina:
– issued before 17 March 2020, must also have a National ID Card issued to residents of Argentina or a certificate issued by an Argentina consulate;
– issued after 17 March 2020 are allowed to enter.

Flights from/to United Kingdom are suspended
Flights from the United Kingdom to Argentina are suspended until 12 March 2021.

Forced isolation
Passengers are subject to quarantine.

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Flight Restrictions

published 29.10.2020

Total entry ban
Passengers are not allowed to enter until 8 November 2020.

Passengers must obtain an AVE authorization at argentina.gob.ar.

Passengers with visas issued by Argentina before 17 March 2020 must have a National ID Card issued to residents of Argentina or a certificate issued by a consulate of Argentina.

All international flights are suspended
Flights to Argentina are suspended until 8 November 2020.
– This does not apply to repatriation and medical flights.

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Quarantine

Self-isolation at own accommodation- subject to testing.

Fully vaccinated Argentine citizens, residents, and foreigners traveling for work who test negative upon arrival are not required to quarantine. They are required to prove their vaccination status via the Mi Argentina app or a valid vaccination certificate issued by a national or state-level public health body. However, these individuals will not be allowed to attend any large gatherings or public transport for 10 days after their entry.
Fully vaccinated tourists arriving from Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay are not required to undergo self-isolation upon entry.
All other travelers, including those who present a negative COVID-19 test carried out within the last 72 hours, must self-isolate for seven days upon arrival to the country. Children under six years of age are exempt from submitting a test or isolation.
Travelers who test positive upon arrival are subjected to a mandatory institutional quarantine. They must bear the cost of quarantine and of a mandatory COVID-19 genome sequencing test.
Any Argentine citizen or foreign resident who arrives via a land border and chooses not to present a negative PCR test administered no more than 72 hours before arrival will be required to self-isolate for 14 days.

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Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

Persons aged six and above, regardless of their vaccination status, must take a PCR test no more than 72 hours before travel. In addition, a test must be done upon arrival in the country and another test on the seventh day of entry. Vaccinated individuals have on option to take a second test after day five.
Individuals who have had COVID-19 within 90 days of travel can present a positive PCR test result, with a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after the diagnosis. These travelers don’t need to carry a negative PCR test report takennot more than 72 hours before arrival.

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Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination date: 2021-10-20
COVID-19 Total Vaccination: 56722315
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination: 338428
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens, %): 124.38
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens): 7421

Yellow fever (2019)
Country requirement at entry: no
WHO vaccination recommendation: yes

Recommended for all travellers aged 9 months or over going to Corrientes and Misiones provinces.
Generally not recommended for travellers going to Formosa Province and designated areas of Chaco, Jujuy
and Salta provinces.

Not recommended for travellers whose itineraries are limited to areas and provinces not listed above.

Malaria (2019)
Country certified malaria-free in 2019.

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Full Restrictions

  • Argentina Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Restrictions in response to coronavirus: Argentina’s borders are closed to most non-resident foreign nationals.
    Exemptions based on humanitarian grounds, business, commercial or sporting purposes may be granted by the Argentine Migrations Office. If you believe you might fall into this category, you must contact the Argentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) to seek approval for your trip.
    Direct family members of Argentine nationals and of residents of Argentina can be allowed into the country for a temporary visit (for a permanent stay you must apply for a visa at your nearest Argentine Consulate). If this applies to you, you will have to show a copy of your Argentine/resident relative’s ID (DNI) and a legalised (apostilled) birth or marriage certificate, or common law partnership documentation, to the airline or Buquebus authorities before boarding and will have to pay a fee of ARS 9000 at the point of entry.
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required.
    Requirements for fully vaccinated Argentine nationals and residents of Argentina:
    • Must have received a complete course of a vaccine at least 14 days prior to arrival into Argentina
    • Must be able to prove full vaccination status via the App Mi Argentina, or via a document from a national or state-level public health body if vaccinated abroad. Must be prepared to show this document when required by the authorities
    • Must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling
    • Must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling
    • Do not need to self-isolate
    • Must take a COVID-19 PCR test between the 5th and 7th day post arrival
    • Must comply with preventive measures for 10 days, starting from the time of the negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of travelling. During this time, arrivals are not allowed to attend large gatherings or use public transport, unless given express permission to do so
    Requirements for non-fully vaccinated Argentine nationals and residents of Argentina:
    • Must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling
    • Must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling
    • Must take a COVID-19 test on arrival
    • Must self-isolate for 7 days. The local authority will determine whether they must isolate at home or at a designated quarantine hotel.
    • Must take a COVID-19 PCR test on the 7th day after arrival to end quarantine
    Requirements for fully vaccinated nationals and residents of bordering countries:
    • Must have been in the bordering country for the 14 days prior to arrival in Argentina
    • Must have received a complete course of a vaccine at least 14 days prior to arrival in Argentina
    • Must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling
    • Must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling
    • Do not need to self-isolate if they test negative on arrival. If the test is positive, they must self-isolate for 10 days. The local authority will determine whether they must isolate at home or at a designated quarantine hotel
    • Passengers must pay for all costs related to tests and managed quarantine
    • Must take a COVID-19 PCR test between the 5th and 7th day post arrival
    • Must comply with preventive measures for 10 days, starting from the time of the negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of travelling. During this time, arrivals are not allowed to attend large gatherings or use public transport, unless given express permission to do so
    • Must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required
    • Children who do not qualify as fully vaccinated but who are travelling with fully vaccinated adults can enter Argentina but must self-isolate for 7 days and take a COVID-19 PCR test on the 7th day to end quarantine
    Requirements for non-fully vaccinated nationals and residents of bordering countries:
    • Can enter Argentina as long as they are not entering for tourism purposes
    • Must seek authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office prior to entering Argentina
    • Must have been in the bordering country for the 14 days prior to arrival in Argentina
    • Must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling
    • Must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling
    • Must take a COVID-19 test on arrival
    • Must self-isolate for 7 days. The local authority will determine whether they must isolate at home or at a designated quarantine hotel
    • Must take a COVID-19 PCR test on the 7th day after arrival to end quarantine
    • Must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required
    Requirements that apply to ALL travellers who are allowed to enter Argentina:
    • Must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling (including those in transit to another country)
    • Must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling (children under 6 are exempted), unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health.
    Requirements that apply to ALL non-resident foreign travellers who are allowed to enter Argentina:
    • Must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required
    From 1 November, Argentina’s borders will reopen to all international travellers so long as they comply with current health and entry requirements. This travel advice will be revised closer to this date with more up-to-date information.
    *Visas: The 90-day permission to visit Argentina for those who entered the country before 17 March 2020 and whose original 90 days expired after 17 March 2020, is no longer being automatically extended. If you have any questions about your immigration status, you should contact the Argentine Migrations Office (Migraciones).

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Argentina: Free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to.
    Night-time curfews may be introduced in jurisdictions deemed high risk by the authorities. The use of public transport within jurisdictions may be restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment. The decision lies with each jurisdiction. In the City of Buenos Aires the use of public transport is no longer restricted. You should make sure you understand and comply with the measures in place in the province/jurisdiction you are in.
    Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test and applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a permit for tourism purposes (Certificado Turismo).
    You should check what measures apply in your location and any other location you might qualify to travel to or transit through on the Ministry of Health website (in Spanish). You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.
    *Public spaces and services: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 are ongoing. The entire country is in a phase of mandatory social distancing. Additional restrictions may vary between jurisdictions.
    In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment in shared spaces, both indoors and outdoors. You may only remove your face mask outside as long as you keep a 2-meter distance between yourself and other people. Each jurisdiction/province might have different approaches to this rule. Make sure to check what rules apply in your jurisdiction.

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    20.10.2021
  • Argentina Latest News: Argentine authorities plan to reopen borders with Chile, Uruguay from 6 September (BA Times, 11.08.2021). Government extends entry restrictions for non-resident foreigners until 9 July because of COVID-19 (Aviacion Online, 26.06.2021). Government extends closure of country’s borders to non-resident foreigners until 25 June because of COVID-19 (Khaleej Times, 13.06.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions based on humanitarian grounds may be granted by the Argentine Migrations Office. If you believe you might fall into this category, you must contact the Argentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) to seek approval for your trip.
    Direct family members of Argentine nationals and of residents of Argentina can be allowed into the country for a temporary visit (for a permanent stay you must apply for a visa at your nearest Argentine Consulate). If this applies to you, you will have to show a copy of your Argentine/resident relative’s ID (DNI) and a legalised (apostilled) birth or marriage certificate, or common law partnership documentation, to the airline or Buquebus authorities before boarding and will have to pay a fee of ARS 9000 at the point of entry.
    Ezeiza International Airport, San Fernando Airport, Jorge Newbery Airport and Buquebus Port Terminal are the only approved entry points to Argentina. All travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below.
    All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling.
    All travellers to Argentina (children under 6 are exempted) must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health.
    From 24 September 2021, Argentine nationals and residents of Argentina will not need to quarantine after arrival in Argentina if they are fully vaccinated and test negative for COVID-19. They must have received a complete course of a vaccine at least 14 days before arrival in Argentina. They must be able to prove full vaccination status via the App Mi Argentina, or via a document from a national or state-level public health body if vaccinated abroad. They must be prepared to show this document when required by the authorities and also take a COVID-19 test on arrival. If the test is negative, they will have to take a further test between the 5th and 7th day post arrival in Argentina. They must comply with preventive measures for 10 days, starting from the time of the negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of travelling. During this time, arrivals are not allowed to attend large gatherings or use public transport, unless given express permission to do so. These rules also apply to non-resident foreign nationals who are travelling for business, commercial or sporting purposes, for whom the Argentine Migrations Office has given permission to enter the country.
    Argentine nationals and residents of Argentina who do not qualify as fully vaccinated, including groups of people for whom there is no vaccine currently approved, will need to self-isolate for 7 days, take a COVID-19 test on arrival, and take a further test on the 7th day after arrival to end quarantine. The local authority will determine whether they must isolate at home or at a designated quarantine hotel.
    Regardless of an individual’s vaccination status, if their test on arrival is positive, they will have to take a second test to determine the strain carried. Individuals must cover the costs of all tests and of managed quarantine.
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Argentina: Free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to.
    Night-time curfews may be introduced in jurisdictions deemed high risk by the authorities. The use of public transport within jurisdictions may be restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment. The decision lies with each jurisdiction. In the City of Buenos Aires the use of public transport is no longer restricted. You should make sure you understand and comply with the measures in place in the province/jurisdiction you are in.
    Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test and applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a permit for tourism purposes (Certificado Turismo).
    You should check what measures apply in your location and any other location you might qualify to travel to or transit through on the Ministry of Health website
    (in Spanish). You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.
    *Public spaces and services: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 are ongoing. The entire country is in a phase of mandatory social distancing. Additional restrictions may vary between jurisdictions.
    In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment in shared spaces, both indoors and outdoors. You may only remove your face mask outside as long as you keep a 2-meter distance between yourself and other people. Each jurisdiction/province might have different approaches to this rule. Make sure to check what rules apply in your jurisdiction.
    *Commercial flights: There are currently no direct flights between Argentina and the UK. Travellers should consult their airline or tour operator if they have booked travel. There are a limited number of indirect flights which can be used to connect with the UK. Check with your airline or travel company for the latest information. You should also check the travel advice for the countries you will be transiting. A daily limit of 2300 passengers arriving into Argentina has been set between 1 and 3 October. A weekly limit of 21000 arriving passengers between 4 and 10 October. As of 11 October and up until 14 days after Argentina has vaccinated 50% of its population, there will be a weekly limit of 28000 arriving passengers. From then on there will no longer be any limit on numbers of incoming passengers.
    *Travelling to the airport: You need to complete an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of leaving, self-certifying that you are not suffering from symptoms associated with coronavirus and that you have not been in contact with confirmed cases in the preceding fortnight.

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    01.10.2021
  • Argentina Latest News: Argentine authorities plan to reopen borders with Chile, Uruguay from 6 September (BA Times, 11.08.2021). Government extends entry restrictions for non-resident foreigners until 9 July because of COVID-19 (Aviacion Online, 26.06.2021). Government extends closure of country’s borders to non-resident foreigners until 25 June because of COVID-19 (Khaleej Times, 13.06.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions based on humanitarian grounds may be granted by the Argentine Migrations Office. If you believe you might fall into this category, you must contact the Argentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) to seek approval for your trip.
    Direct family members of Argentine nationals and of residents of Argentina can be allowed into the country for a temporary visit (for a permanent stay you must apply for a visa at your nearest Argentine Consulate). If this applies to you, you will have to show a copy of your Argentine/resident relative’s ID (DNI) and a legalised (apostilled) birth or marriage certificate, or common law partnership documentation, to the airline or Buquebus authorities before boarding and will have to pay a fee of ARS 9000 at the point of entry.
    Ezeiza International Airport, San Fernando Airport, Jorge Newbery Airport and Buquebus Port Terminal are the only approved entry points to Argentina. All travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below.
    All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling.
    All travellers to Argentina (children under 6 are exempted) must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health.
    From 24 September 2021, Argentine nationals and residents of Argentina will not need to quarantine after arrival in Argentina if they are fully vaccinated and test negative for COVID-19. They must have received a complete course of a vaccine at least 14 days before arrival in Argentina. They must be able to prove full vaccination status via the App Mi Argentina, or via a document from a national or state-level public health body if vaccinated abroad. They must be prepared to show this document when required by the authorities and also take a COVID-19 test on arrival. If the test is negative, they will have to take a further test between the 5th and 7th day post arrival in Argentina. They must comply with preventive measures for 10 days, starting from the time of the negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of travelling. During this time, arrivals are not allowed to attend large gatherings or use public transport, unless given express permission to do so. These rules also apply to non-resident foreign nationals who are travelling for business, commercial or sporting purposes, for whom the Argentine Migrations Office has given permission to enter the country.
    Argentine nationals and residents of Argentina who do not qualify as fully vaccinated, including groups of people for whom there is no vaccine currently approved, will need to self-isolate for 7 days, take a COVID-19 test on arrival, and take a further test on the 7th day after arrival to end quarantine. The local authority will determine whether they must isolate at home or at a designated quarantine hotel.
    Regardless of an individual’s vaccination status, if their test on arrival is positive, they will have to take a second test to determine the strain carried. Individuals must cover the costs of all tests and of managed quarantine.
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Argentina: Free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to.
    Night-time curfews may be introduced in jurisdictions deemed high risk
    by the authorities. The use of public transport within jurisdictions may be restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment. The decision lies with each jurisdiction. In the City of Buenos Aires the use of public transport is no longer restricted. You should make sure you understand and comply with the measures in place in the province/jurisdiction you are in.
    Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test and applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a permit for tourism purposes (Certificado Turismo).
    or a permit for tourism purposes (Certificado Turismo).You should check what measures apply in your location and any other location you might qualify to travel to or transit through on the Ministry of Health website
    (in Spanish). You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.
    *Public spaces and services: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 are ongoing. The entire country is in a phase of mandatory social distancing. Additional restrictions may vary between jurisdictions.
    In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public.

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    24.09.2021
  • Argentina Visitors from neighboring countries are allowed from October 1 and elsewhere on November 1, 2021.

    September 21, 2021:

    Argentinians, residents, and foreigners (coming to work in the country) who are fully vaccinated no longer need to quarantine upon arrival. They need to have a negative PCR-RT test.

    October 1, 2021:

    Fully vaccinated visitors from neighboring countries would be allowed to enter with a negative PCR-RT test.

    November 1, 2021:

    Argentina would allow all international visitors enter who have been fully vaccinated and have a negative PCR-RT test.

    The vaccination in all cases must have been completed at a minimum of 14 days before arrival. If the visitor doesn’t have a negative PCR-RT test result, they need to undergo a rapid antigen test at the airport. All visitors would be required to have a PCR-RT test between days 5 and 7 in the country.

    Argentina would also allow those to enter who refuse to prove their vaccination status or have not been fully vaccinated, including children. They, however, need to self-isolate for a week and go through PCR-RT at the end.

    There could be limits placed on international visitors and their number by the regional governments in Argentina.

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    22.09.2021
  • Argentina Latest News: Government extends entry restrictions for non-resident foreigners until 9 July because of COVID-19 (Aviacion Online, 26.06.2021). Government extends closure of country’s borders to non-resident foreigners until 25 June because of COVID-19 (Khaleej Times, 13.06.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions based on humanitarian grounds may be granted by the Argentine Migrations Office. If you believe you might fall into this category, you must contact the Argentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) to seek approval for your trip.
    Direct family members of Argentine nationals and of residents of Argentina can be allowed into the country for a temporary visit (for a permanent stay you must apply for a visa at your nearest Argentine Consulate). If this applies to you, you will have to show a copy of your Argentine/resident relative’s ID (DNI) and a legalised (apostilled) birth or marriage certificate, or common law partnership documentation, to the airline or Buquebus authorities before boarding and will have to pay a fee of ARS 9000 at the point of entry.
    Ezeiza International Airport, San Fernando Airport, Jorge Newbery Airport and Buquebus Port Terminal are the only approved entry points to Argentina.
    All travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below.
    All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling.
    All travellers to Argentina (children under 6 are exempted) must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health.
    All travellers to Argentina must take a COVID-19 test on arrival. If the test is positive, you will have to take a second test to determine the strain you’re carrying. Regardless of whether the first test is positive or negative you must self-isolate for 7 days. The local authority will determine whether you must isolate at the place you are staying or at a designated quarantine hotel. You will have to take a further test on the 7th day to end your quarantine. You must pay for all tests and costs related to your managed quarantine.
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required.
    Visas: The 90-day permission to visit Argentina for those who entered the country before 17 March 2020 and whose original 90 days expired after 17 March 2020, is no longer being automatically extended. If you have any questions about your immigration status, you should contact the Argentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) .

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Argentina: Free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to.
    In all jurisdictions deemed high risk by the authorities a night-time curfew will be introduced from 8pm to 6am for 9 days. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment. You should make sure you understand and comply with the measures in place in the province/jurisdiction you are in.
    Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test and applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a permit for tourism purposes (Certificado Turismo).
    You should check what measures apply in your location and any other location you might qualify to travel to or transit through on the
    Ministry of Health website (in Spanish). You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.
    All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempt. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available on the
    City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).
    *Public spaces and services: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 are ongoing. The entire country is in a phase of mandatory social distancing. Additional restrictions may vary between jurisdictions.
    In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public.

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    10.08.2021
  • Argentina Latest News: Government extends entry restrictions for non-resident foreigners until 9 July because of COVID-19 (Aviacion Online, 26.06.2021). Government extends closure of country’s borders to non-resident foreigners until 25 June because of COVID-19 (Khaleej Times, 13.06.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions based on humanitarian grounds may be granted by the Argentine Migrations Office. If you believe you might fall into this category, you must contact the Argentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) to seek approval for you trip.
    All travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below.
    All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling.
    All travellers to Argentina (children under 6 are exempted) must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health.
    All travellers to Argentina must take a COVID-19 test on arrival. If the test is positive, you will have to take a second test to determine the strain you’re carrying. Regardless of whether the first test is positive or negative you must self-isolate for 7 days. The local authority will determine whether you must isolate at the place you are staying or at a designated quarantine hotel. You will have to take a further test on the 7th day to end your quarantine. You must pay for all tests and costs related to your managed quarantine.
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 are ongoing. The entire country is in a phase of mandatory social distancing. Additional restrictions may vary between jurisdictions.
    In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public.
    Free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. A night-time curfew from midnight to 6am has been introduced in all jurisdictions deemed high risk by the authorities. You should make sure you understand and comply with the measures in place in the province/jurisdiction you are in. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment.
    Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test and applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a permit for tourism purposes (CertificadoTurismo).
    You should check what measures apply in your location and any other location you might qualify to travel to or transit through on the Ministry of Health website
    (in Spanish). You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.
    All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempt. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available on the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    16.07.2021
  • Argentina Latest News: Government extends entry restrictions for non-resident foreigners until 9 July because of COVID-19 (Aviacion Online, 26.06.2021). Government extends closure of country’s borders to non-resident foreigners until 25 June because of COVID-19 (Khaleej Times, 13.06.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions based on humanitarian grounds may be granted by the Argentine Migrations Office. If you believe you might fall into this category, you must contact the Argentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) to seek approval for you trip.
    All travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below.
    All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling.
    All travellers to Argentina (children under 6 are exempted) must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health.
    All travellers to Argentina must take a COVID-19 test on arrival. If the test is positive, you will have to take a second test to determine the strain you’re carrying. Regardless of whether the first test is positive or negative you must self-isolate for 7 days. The local authority will determine whether you must isolate at the place you are staying or at a designated quarantine hotel. You will have to take a further test on the 7th day to end your quarantine. You must pay for all tests and costs related to your managed quarantine.
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina:In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 are ongoing. The entire country is in a phase of mandatory social distancing. Additional restrictions may vary between jurisdictions.
    In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public.
    Free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. A night-time curfew from midnight to 6am has been introduced in all jurisdictions deemed high risk
    by the authorities. The curfew in metropolitan area of Buenos Aires (AMBA) starts at 8:00pm. You should make sure you understand and comply with the measures in place in the province/jurisdiction you are in. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment.
    Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test and applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) You should check what measures apply in your location and any other location you might qualify to travel to or transit through on the Ministry of Health website (in Spanish). You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.
    All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempt. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available on the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    30.06.2021
  • Argentina Latest News: Government announces nine-day lockdown because of COVID-19 (Yahoo, 22.05.2021). Government tightens quarantine restrictions in several areas until 31 May amid COVID-19 concerns (La Nacion, 20.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions may be granted by the Argentine Migrations Office, such as for non-resident essential workers, family members of Argentine nationals or residents and sportspersons. If you believe you might fall into one of these categories, you must contact the Argentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) to seek approval for you trip.
    All travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below.
    All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling.
    All travellers to Argentina (children under 6 are exempted) must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health.
    If, for justified reasons, you cannot take a COVID-19 test before travelling, you must present a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travelling confirming that you do not have COVID-19 related symptoms and you must take a PCR test upon arrival. If this applies to you, check in advance with your airline to ensure you will be allowed to board the aircraft.
    From 27 March, all travellers to Argentina must take a COVID-19 test on arrival. If the test is negative you must self-isolate for 7 days in the place you’re staying. You will have to take a further test on the 7th day of your self-isolation. You must pay for all tests. If the test is positive you will have to take a second test to determine the strain you’re carrying and you and your close contacts will have to enter managed isolation. You will have to pay for all tests as well as for your stay at the managed quarantine facility.
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: From midnight on 21 May and until midnight on 30 May, as well as the weekend of 5-6 June, alljurisdictions deemed high risk by the authorities, including the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires (AMBA), will re-enter a phase of strict quarantine. You must stay in your accommodation and can only go out for essentials in your neighbourhood between the hours of 6am and 6pm.
    Jurisdictions not deemed high risk by the authorities remain in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary from place to place and might include curfews.
    In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public. Movement between jurisdictions and the use of public transport are restricted to essential workers and other few exceptions. Those who qualify need a valid permit to circulate, known as a “Certificado Único de Circulación” which you must carry with you at all times. You must make sure to provide full details of your circumstances in the “Observations” box including:
    • details of your confirmed international flight if leaving Argentina
    • details of the hospital if you are travelling for medical treatment
    • details of your company/employer if travelling as an essential worker
    • details of your Argentine or resident family member if you are travelling to reunite with your family
    You should check what measures apply in your location and any other location you might qualify to travel to or transit through in the Ministry of Health website (in Spanish). You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.
    All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempted. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available in the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    21.05.2021
  • Argentina Latest News: Government extends nightly stay-home order for Buenos Aires city, province (La Nacion, 14.04.2021). Government issues nightly stay-home order for Buenos Aires metropolitan area, forbids social gatherings amid COVID-19 concerns (La Nacion, 07.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions may be granted by the Argentine Migrations Office, such as for non-resident essential workers, family members of Argentine nationals or residents and sportspersons. If you believe you might fall into one of these categories, you must contact the Argentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) to seek approval for you trip.
    All travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below.
    All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling.
    All travellers to Argentina (children under 6 are exempted) must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health.
    If, for justified reasons, you cannot take a COVID-19 test before travelling, you must present a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travelling confirming that you do not have COVID-19 related symptoms and you must take a PCR test upon arrival. If this applies to you, check in advance with your airline to ensure you will be allowed to board the aircraft.
    From 27 March, all travellers to Argentina must take a COVID-19 test on arrival. If the test is negative you must self-isolate for 7 days in the place you’re staying. You will have to take a further test on the 7th day of your self-isolation. You must pay for all tests. If the test is positive you will have to take a second test to determine the strain you’re carrying and you and your close contacts will have to enter managed isolation. You will have to pay for all tests as well as for your stay at the managed quarantine facility.
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 have been extended until at least midnight on 30 April. The whole of the country is now in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary between jurisdictions. In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public.
    Under mandatory social distancing, free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. A night-time curfew from midnight to 6am has been introduced in all jurisdictions deemed high risk by the authorities. From 16 April 2021, the curfew in metropolitan area of Buenos Aires (AMBA) starts at 8pm. You should make sure you understand and comply with the measures in place in the province/jurisdiction you are in. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment.
    Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test, applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a summer certificate (Certificado Verano) amongst others. You must check the requirements and protocols in place in each jurisdiction/province here (in Spanish) and make sure you meet them ahead of travelling. You must also check and comply with the requirements of the province you are in and of each province you plan to travel through if travelling by land. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.
    All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempted. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available in the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    16.04.2021
  • Argentina Latest News: Government issues nightly stay-home order for Buenos Aires metropolitan area, forbids social gatherings amid COVID-19 concerns (La Nacion, 07.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions may be granted by the Argentine Migrations Office, such as for non-resident essential workers, family members of Argentine nationals or residents and sportspersons. If you believe you might fall into one of these categories, you must contact the Argentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) to seek approval for you trip.
    All travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below.
    All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling.
    All travellers to Argentina (children under 6 are exempted) must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health.
    If, for justified reasons, you cannot take a COVID-19 test before travelling, you must present a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travelling confirming that you do not have COVID-19 related symptoms and you must take a PCR test upon arrival. If this applies to you, check in advance with your airline to ensure you will be allowed to board the aircraft.
    From 27 March, all travellers to Argentina must take a COVID-19 test on arrival. If the test is negative you must self-isolate for 7 days in the place you’re staying. You will have to take a further test on the 7th day of your self-isolation. You must pay for all tests. If the test is positive you will have to take a second test to determine the strain you’re carrying and you and your close contacts will have to enter managed isolation. You will have to pay for all tests as well as for your stay at the managed quarantine facility.
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required.

    Internal Restrictions: *Moving around in Argentina: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 have been extended until at least midnight on 30 April. The whole of the country is now in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary between jurisdictions. In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public.
    Under mandatory social distancing, free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. A curfew from midnight to 6am has been introduced in all jurisdictions deemed high risk
    by the authorities including the City of Buenos Aires. You should make sure you understand and comply with the measures in place in the province/jurisdiction you are in. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment.
    Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test, applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a summer certificate (Certificado Verano) amongst others. You must check the requirements and protocols in place in each jurisdiction/province here (in Spanish) and make sure you meet them ahead of travelling. You must also check and comply with the requirements of the province you are in and of each province you plan to travel through if travelling by land. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.
    All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempted. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available in the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    09.04.2021
  • Argentina Latest News: Argentine government suspends flights from Brazil, Chile and Mexico starting on 27 March (Reuters, 25.03.2021). Jorge Newbery Airport in Buenos Aires will reopen on 15 March following maintenance works (La Nacion, 10.03.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions may be granted by the Argentine Migrations Office, such as for non-resident essential workers, family members of Argentine nationals or residents and sportspersons. If you believe you might fall into one of these categories, you must contact the Argentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) to seek approval for you trip.
    All travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below.
    All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling.
    All travellers to Argentina (children under 6 are exempted) must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health.
    If, for justified reasons, you cannot take a COVID-19 test before travelling, you must present a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travelling confirming that you do not have COVID-19 related symptoms and you must take a PCR test upon arrival. If this applies to you, check in advance with your airline to ensure you will be allowed to board the aircraft.
    From 27 March, all travellers to Argentina must take a COVID-19 test on arrival. If the test is negative you must self-isolate for 7 days in the place you’re staying. You will have to take a further test on the 7th day of your self-isolation. You must pay for all tests. If the test is positive you will have to take a second test to determine the strain you’re carrying and you and your close contacts will have to enter managed isolation. You will have to pay for all tests as well as for your stay at the managed quarantine facility.
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 have been extended until at least midnight on 9 April. The whole of the country is now in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary between jurisdictions.
    In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public.
    Under mandatory social distancing, free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. Some provinces may introduce curfews. You should make sure you understand and comply with the measures in place in the province you are in. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment.
    Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test, applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a summer certificate (Certificado Verano) amongst others. You must check the requirements and protocols in place in each jurisdiction/province here (in Spanish) and make sure you meet them ahead of travelling.
    You must also check and comply with the requirements of the province you are in and of each province you plan to travel through if travelling by land. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.
    All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempted. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available in the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    26.03.2021
  • Argentina Latest News: Jorge Newbery Airport in Buenos Aires will reopen on 15 March following maintenance works (La Nacion, 10.03.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel:
    Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions may be granted by the Argentine Migrations Office, such as for non-resident essential workers, family members of Argentine nationals or residents and sportspersons. If you believe you might fall into one of these categories, you must contact the Argentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) to seek approval for you trip.
    Until at least midnight 9 April, all travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below. All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling.
    All travellers to Argentina (children under 6 are exempted) must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health.
    If, for justified reasons, you cannot take a COVID-19 test before travelling, you must present a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travelling confirming that you do not have COVID-19 related symptoms and you must take a PCR test upon arrival. If this applies to you, check in advance with your airline to ensure you will be allowed to board the aircraft. All travellers to Argentina must also self-isolate for a total of 10 days counting from the day they took the PCR test, unless you are:
    • a crew member on duty,
    • a diplomat on duty,
    • a sportsperson authorised by the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country,
    • a non-resident foreign national authorised by the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country to carry out essential work, or
    • in transit in an international airport for less than 24 hours
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 have been extended until at least midnight on 9 April. The whole of the country is now in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary between jurisdictions.
    In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public.
    Under mandatory social distancing, free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. Some provinces may introduce curfews. You should make sure you understand and comply with the measures in place in the province you are in. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment.
    Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test, applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a summer certificate (Certificado Verano) amongst others. You must check the requirements and protocols in place in each jurisdiction/province here (in Spanish) and make sure you meet them ahead of travelling.
    You must also check and comply with the requirements of the province you are in and of each province you plan to travel through if travelling by land. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.
    All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempted. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available in the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    25.03.2021
  • Argentina Latest News: Jorge Newbery Airport in Buenos Aires will reopen on 15 March following maintenance works (La Nacion, 10.03.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel:
    Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions may be granted by the Argentine Migrations Office, such as for non-resident essential workers, family members of Argentine nationals or residents and sportspersons. If you believe you might fall into one of these categories, you must contact the Argentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) to seek approval for you trip.
    Until at least midnight 9 April, all travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below. All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling.
    All travellers to Argentina (children under 6 are exempted) must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health.
    If, for justified reasons, you cannot take a COVID-19 test before travelling, you must present a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travelling confirming that you do not have COVID-19 related symptoms and you must take a PCR test upon arrival. If this applies to you, check in advance with your airline to ensure you will be allowed to board the aircraft. All travellers to Argentina must also self-isolate for a total of 10 days counting from the day they took the PCR test, unless you are:
    • a crew member on duty,
    • a diplomat on duty,
    • a sportsperson authorised by the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country,
    • a non-resident foreign national authorised by the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country to carry out essential work, or
    • in transit in an international airport for less than 24 hours
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 have been extended until at least midnight on 9 April. The whole of the country is now in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary between jurisdictions. In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public.
    Under mandatory social distancing, free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. Some provinces may introduce curfews. You should make sure you understand and comply with the measures in place in the province you are in. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment.
    Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test, applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a summer certificate (Certificado Verano) amongst others. You must check the requirements and protocols in place in each jurisdiction/province here (in Spanish) and make sure you meet them ahead of travelling. You must also check and comply with the requirements of the province you are in and of each province you plan to travel through if travelling by land. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.
    All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempted. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available in the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    15.03.2021
  • Argentina Latest News: Argentina government extends closure of air, land borders with Brazil until 12 March because of COVID-19 (Rio Times, 01.03.2021). Airlines reschedule flights after Argentina government orders reduction of services (Airgways, 03.02.2021). Government extends border closure until 28 February; flights to U.K. remain suspended while services to other destinations remain restricted (Lokmat, 02.02.2021). Argentina’s government restricts international flights to and from Buenos Aires because of COVID-19 (Infobae, 27.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Restrictions in response to coronavirus. Borders and travel
    Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions may be granted by the Argentine Migrations Office, such as for non-resident essential workers, family members of Argentine nationals or residents and sportspersons. If you believe you might fall into one of these categories, you must contact the Argentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) to seek approval for you trip.
    Until at least midnight 12 March, all travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below. All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an
    electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling.
    All travellers to Argentina (children under 6 are exempted) must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health.
    If, for justified reasons, you cannot take a COVID-19 test before travelling, you must present a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travelling confirming that you do not have COVID-19 related symptoms and you must take a PCR test upon arrival. If this applies to you, check in advance with your airline to ensure you will be allowed to board the aircraft. All travellers to Argentina must also self-isolate for a total of 10 days counting from the day they took the PCR test, unless you are:
    • a crew member on duty,
    • a diplomat on duty,
    • a sportsperson authorised by the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country,
    • a non-resident foreign national authorised by the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country to carry out essential work, or
    • in transit in an international airport for less than 24 hours
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required.

    Internal Restrictions: *Moving around in Argentina: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 have been extended until at least midnight on 12 March. The whole of the country is now in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary between jurisdictions.
    In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public.
    Under mandatory social distancing, free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. Some provinces may introduce curfews. You should make sure you understand and comply with the measures in place in the province you are in. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment.
    Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test, applying for a permit to circulate (
    Certificado Único de Circulación) or a summer certificate ( Certificado Verano) amongst others. You must check the requirements and protocols in place in each jurisdiction/province here
    (in Spanish) and make sure you meet them ahead of travelling. You must also check and comply with the requirements of the province you are in and of each province you plan to travel through if travelling by land. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.
    All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempted. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available in the
    City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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  • Argentina Latest News: Airlines reschedule flights after Argentina government orders reduction of services (Airgways, 03.02.2021). Government extends border closure until 28 February; flights to U.K. remain suspended while services to other destinations remain restricted (Lokmat,02.02.2021). Argentina’s government restricts international flights to and from Buenos Aires because of COVID-19 (Infobae, 27.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions may be granted by the Argentine Migrations Office, such as for non-resident essential workers, family members of Argentine nationals or residents and sportspersons. If you believe you might fall into one of these categories, you must contact the
    Argentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) to seek approval for you trip. Until at least midnight 28 February, all travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below. All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling. All travellers to Argentina (children under 6 are exempted) must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health.
    If, for justified reasons, you cannot take a COVID-19 test before travelling, you must present a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travelling confirming that you do not have COVID-19 related symptoms and you must take a PCR test upon arrival. If this applies to you, check in advance with your airline to ensure you will be allowed to board the aircraft. All travellers to Argentina must also self-isolate for a total of 10 days counting from the day they took the PCR test, unless you are:
    • a crew member on duty;
    • a diplomat on duty;
    • a sportsperson authorised by the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country;
    • a non-resident foreign national authorised by the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country to carry out essential work, or;
    • in transit in an international airport for less than 24 hours.
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 have been extended until at least midnight on 28 February. The whole of the country is now in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary between jurisdictions. In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public.
    Under mandatory social distancing, free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. Some provinces may introduce curfews. You should make sure you understand and comply with the measures in place in the province you are in. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment.
    Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test, applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a summer certificate (Certificado Verano) amongst others. You must check the requirements and protocols in place in each jurisdiction/province here (in Spanish) and make sure you meet them ahead of travelling. You must also check and comply with the requirements of the province you are in and of each province you plan to travel through if travelling by land. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.
    All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempted. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available in the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    19.02.2021
  • Argentina Latest News: Airlines reschedule flights after Argentina government orders reduction of services (Airgways, 03.02.2021). Government extends border closure until 28 February; flights to U.K. remain suspended while services to other destinations remain restricted (Lokmat,02.02.2021). Argentina’s government restricts international flights to and from Buenos Aires because of COVID-19 (Infobae, 27.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions may be granted by the Argentine Migrations Office, such as for non-resident essential workers, family members of Argentine nationals or residents and sportspersons. If you believe you might fall into one of these categories, you must contact theArgentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) to seek approval for you trip. Until at least midnight 28 February, all travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below. All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling. All travellers to Argentina (children under 6 are exempted) must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health.
    If, for justified reasons, you cannot take a COVID-19 test before travelling, you must present a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travelling confirming that you do not have COVID-19 related symptoms and you must take a PCR test upon arrival. If this applies to you, check in advance with your airline to ensure you will be allowed to board the aircraft. All travellers to Argentina must also self-isolate for a total of 10 days counting from the day they took the PCR test, unless you are:
    • a crew member on duty;
    • a diplomat on duty;
    • a sportsperson authorised by the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country;
    • a non-resident foreign national authorised by the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country to carry out essential work, or;
    • in transit in an international airport for less than 24 hours.
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 have been extended until at least midnight on 28 February. The whole of the country is now in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary between jurisdictions. In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public. Under mandatory social distancing, free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. Some provinces may introduce curfews. You should make sure you understand and comply with the measures in place in the province you are in. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment. Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test, applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a summer certificate (Certificado Verano)
    amongst others. You must check the requirements and protocols in place in each jurisdiction/province here (in Spanish) and make sure you meet them ahead of travelling. You must also check and comply with the requirements of the province you are in and of each province you plan to travel through if travelling by land. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.
    All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempted. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available in the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    10.02.2021
  • Argentina Latest News: Argentina’s government restricts international flights to and from Buenos Aires because of COVID-19 (Infobae, 27.01.2021). Argentina government restricts international flights because of COVID-19; flights to Australia, Denmark, Netherlands, U.K. remain suspended (airgways,11.01.2021). Possible closure of Ezeiza International Airport in Buenos Aires from 15 January because of new COVID-19 variant (EN2, 06.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions may be granted by the Argentine Migrations Office, such as for non-resident essential workers, family members of Argentine nationals or residents and sportspersons. If you believe you might fall into one of these categories, you must contact theArgentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) to seek approval for you trip. Until at least midnight 28 February, all travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below. All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling. All travellers to Argentina (children under 6 are exempted) must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health.
    If, for justified reasons, you cannot take a COVID-19 test before travelling, you must present a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travelling confirming that you do not have COVID-19 related symptoms and you must take a PCR test upon arrival. If this applies to you, check in advance with your airline to ensure you will be allowed to board the aircraft. All travellers to Argentina must also self-isolate for a total of 10 days counting from the day they took the PCR test, unless you are:
    • a crew member on duty;
    • a diplomat on duty;
    • a sportsperson authorised by the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country;
    • a non-resident foreign national authorised by the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country to carry out essential work, or;
    • in transit in an international airport for less than 24 hours.
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 have been extended until at least midnight on 28 February. The whole of the country is now in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary between jurisdictions. In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public. Under mandatory social distancing, free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. Some provinces may introduce curfews. You should make sure you understand and comply with the measures in place in the province you are in. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment. Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test, applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a summer certificate (Certificado Verano) amongst others. You must check the requirements and protocols in place in each jurisdiction/province here (in Spanish) and make sure you meet them ahead of travelling. You must also check and comply with the requirements of the province you are in and of each province you plan to travel through if travelling by land. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations. All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempted. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available in the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    01.02.2021
  • Argentina Latest News: Argentina government restricts international flights because of COVID-19; flights to Australia, Denmark, Netherlands, U.K. remain suspended (airgways,11.01.2021). Possible closure of Ezeiza International Airport in Buenos Aires from 15 January because of new COVID-19 variant (EN2, 06.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions may be granted by the Argentine Migrations Office, such as for non-resident essential workers, family members of Argentine nationals or residents and sportspersons. If you believe you might fall into one of these categories, you must contact the Argentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) to seek approval for you trip. Until at least midnight 31 January, all travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below.
    All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling. All travellers to Argentina (children under 6 are exempted) must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health. If, for justified reasons, you cannot take a COVID-19 test before travelling, you must present a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travelling confirming that you do not have COVID-19 related symptoms and you must take a PCR test upon arrival. If this applies to you, check in advance with your airline to ensure you will be allowed to board the aircraft. All travellers to Argentina must also self-isolate for a total of 10 days counting from the day they took the PCR test, unless you are:
    • a crew member on duty,
    • a diplomat on duty,
    • a sportsperson authorised by the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country,
    • a non-resident foreign national authorised by the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country to carry out essential work, or
    • in transit in an international airport for less than 24 hours
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the cots of self-isolation if required.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 have been extended until at least midnight on 31 January. The whole of the country is now in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary between jurisdictions. In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public. Under mandatory social distancing, free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. Some provinces may introduce curfews. You should make sure you understand and comply with the measures in place in the province you are in. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment. Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test, applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a summer certificate (Certificado Verano) amongst others. You must check the requirements and protocols in place in each jurisdiction/province here (in Spanish) and make sure you meet them ahead of travelling. You must also check and comply with the requirements of the province you are in and of each province you plan to travel through if travelling by land. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations. All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempted. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available in the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    11.01.2021
  • Argentina Latest News: Government closes borders to neighboring countries until 9 January; authorizations for direct flights to, from Australia, Denmark, Italy, Netherlands, U.K. suspended (Explica, 24.12.2020). El Palomar airport ceases operations (AirlineGeeks, 17.12.2020). Government requires visitors to turn in sworn statements, negative COVID-19 tests before entering country (TN.com, 03.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions may be granted by the Argentine Migrations Office, such as for non-resident essential workers, family members of Argentine nationals or residents and sportspersons. If you believe you might fall into one of these categories, you must contact the Argentine Migrations Office (Migraciones) to seek approval for you trip. From midnight 24 December until at least midnight 8 January, all travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below. All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling. All travellers to Argentina (children under 6 are exempted) must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health. If, for justified reasons, you cannot take a COVID-19 test before travelling, you must present a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travelling confirming that you do not have COVID-19 related symptoms and you must take a PCR test upon arrival. If this applies to you, check in advance with your airline to ensure you will be allowed to board the aircraft. All travellers to Argentina must also self-isolate for a total of 10 days counting from the day they took the PCR test, unless you are:
    • a crew member on duty,
    • a diplomat on duty,
    • a sportsperson authorised by the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country,
    • a non-resident foreign national authorised by the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country to carry out essential work, or
    • in transit in an international airport for less than 24 hours
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 have been extended until at least midnight on 31 January. The whole of the country is now in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary between jurisdictions.
    In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public.
    Under mandatory social distancing, free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment.
    Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test, applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a summer certificate (Certificado Verano) amongst others. You must check the requirements and protocols in place in each jurisdiction/province here (in Spanish) and make sure you meet them ahead of travelling. You must also check and comply with the requirements of the province you are in and of each province you plan to travel through if travelling by land. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations. All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempted. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available in the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    31.12.2020
  • Argentina Latest News: Government closes borders to neighboring countries until 9 January; authorizations for direct flights to, from Australia, Denmark, Italy, Netherlands, U.K. suspended (Explica, 24.12.2020). El Palomar airport ceases operations (AirlineGeeks, 17.12.2020). Government requires visitors to turn in sworn statements, negative COVID-19 tests before entering country (TN.com, 03.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Restrictions in response to coronavirus: *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions may be granted by Argentine Immigration, such as for non-resident essential workers, family members of Argentine nationals or residents and sportspersons. If you believe you might fall into one of these categories, you must contact Argentine Immigration to seek approval for you trip.
    From midnight 24 December until at least midnight 8 January, all travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below.
    All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling.
    All travellers to Argentina must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health.
    If, for justified reasons, you cannot take a COVID-19 test before travelling, you must present a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travelling confirming that you do not have COVID-19 related symptoms and you must take a PCR test upon arrival. If this applies to you, check in advance with your airline to ensure you will be allowed to board the aircraft.
    All travellers to Argentina must also self-isolate for a total of 10 days counting from the day they took the PCR test, unless you are:
    a crew member on duty,
    a diplomat on duty,
    a sportsperson authorised by the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country,
    a non-resident foreign national authorised by the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country to carry out essential work, or
    in transit in an international airport for less than 24 hours
    All non-resident foreign nationals with authorisation from the Argentine Migrations Office to enter the country must have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus, including hospitalisation and the costs of self-isolation if required.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 have been extended until at least midnight on 31 January. The whole of the country is now in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary between jurisdictions.
    In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public.
    Under mandatory social distancing, free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment.
    Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test, applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a summer certificate (Certificado Verano) amongst others. You must check the requirements and protocols in place in each jurisdiction/province here (in Spanish) and make sure you meet them ahead of travelling. You must also check and comply with the requirements of the province you are in and of each province you plan to travel through if travelling by land. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations. All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempted. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available in the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    29.12.2020
  • Argentina Latest News: Government closes borders to neighboring countries until 9 January; authorizations for direct flights to, from Australia, Denmark, Italy, Netherlands, U.K. suspended (Explica, 24.12.2020). El Palomar airport ceases operations (AirlineGeeks, 17.12.2020). Government requires visitors to turn in sworn statements, negative COVID-19 tests before entering country (TN.com, 03.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Restrictions in response to coronavirus: *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to non-resident foreign nationals. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Exemptions may be granted by Argentine Immigration, such as for non-resident essential workers, family members of Argentine nationals or residents and sportspersons. If you believe you might fall into one of these categories, you must contact Argentine Immigration to seek approval for you trip.
    From midnight 24 December until at least midnight 8 January, all travellers who are authorised to enter Argentina must comply with the requirements set out below.
    All travellers to Argentina (including those in transit to another country) must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling.
    All travellers to Argentina must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling, unless you are: a crew member, transiting the country through an international airport for less than 24 hours; or have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again. Instead, you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed, confirming that you have a clean bill of health.
    If, for justified reasons, you cannot take a COVID-19 test before travelling, you must present a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of travelling confirming that you do not have COVID-19 related symptoms and you must take a PCR test upon arrival. If this applies to you, check in advance with your airline to ensure you will be allowed to board the aircraft.
    All travellers to Argentina must also self-isolate for a total of 10 days counting from the day they took the PCR test, unless you are:
    a crew member on duty,
    a diplomat on duty,
    a sportsperson authorised by Argentine Immigration to enter the country,
    a non-resident foreign national authorised by Argentine Immigration to enter the country to carry out essential work, or
    in transit in an international airport for less than 24 hours.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 have been extended until at least midnight on 31 January. The whole of the country is now in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary between jurisdictions.
    In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public.
    Under mandatory social distancing, free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment.
    Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test, applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a summer certificate (Certificado Verano) amongst others. You must check the requirements and protocols in place in each jurisdiction/province here (in Spanish) and make sure you meet them ahead of travelling. You must also check and comply with the requirements of the province you are in and of each province you plan to travel through if travelling by land. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations. All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempted. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available in the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    24.12.2020
  • Argentina Latest News: Flights from U.K. suspended by Argentina and Chile amid COVID-19 second wave (Reuters, 20.12.2020). El Palomar airport ceases operations (AirlineGeeks, 17.12.2020). Government requires visitors to turn in sworn statements, negative COVID-19 tests before entering country (TN.com, 03.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to most foreign nationals and non-residents entering the country. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Nationals and residents of neighbouring countries can enter Argentina to visit the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires for tourism purposes and do not need to self-isolate for 14 days. Those who qualify must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling and have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus. Entry in these cases is only allowed through the Port of Buenos Aires (Buquebus Terminal) and through Ezeiza International Airport and San Fernando International Airport in the Province of Buenos Aires. Some non-resident foreign nationals who don’t usually require a visa to enter Argentina can be allowed into the country, at the discretion of immigration officials at: Ezeiza and San Fernando International Airports; the Buquebus terminals; and the land border crossings at Paso de los Libres-Uruguayana, Sistema Cristo Redentor, San Sebastian and Gualeguaychú-Fray Bentos. For your entry to be considered, you must: be a direct family member of an Argentine national; have an exceptional reason to visit your Argentine family member, plan to visit for a limited period of time, not have any COVID-19 related symptoms. If you meet the above criteria, you will have to show the following to both your airline, or Buquebus, authorities before boarding, as well as to immigration officers upon arrival in Argentina: a legalised (apostilled) birth or marriage certificate, or common law partnership documentation, a copy of your Argentine relative’s national ID (DNI), a letter explaining the exceptional reasons for your visit, proof that you have booked a return flight, proof that you have taken a COVID-19 PCR test, with a negative result, within 72 hours of your arrival, and proof you have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus. All those authorised to enter Argentina must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling and must either present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling or choose to self-isolate for 14 days.
    *Travelling to the airport: You can travel from your accommodation to the airport if you have a valid plane ticket and are not showing any symptoms of coronavirus. You are only allowed to arrive at the airport within 5 hours of your flight departing. You need to complete an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of leaving, self-certifying that you are not suffering from symptoms associated with coronavirus and that you have not been in contact with confirmed cases in the preceding fortnight. You will need a valid permit to circulate, known as a “Certificado Único de Circulación” . Non-resident foreign nationals will have to fill in the form confirming you are not an Argentine ID (DNI) holder, the reason for travel “Traslado hacia pasos fronterizos terrestres, puertos, y aeropuertos habilitados (egresos)” and fill in the “Observation” box with full details of your confirmed international flight. Once the form has been fully completed you will have to allow approximately 2 hours before entering the site again to download or print you permit which you must carry with you at all times. Each province might have additional requirements to enter or transit.

    As of 15 December, all those authorised to enter the country must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling. Self-isolating for 14 days upon arrival will no longer be an option or requirement. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again but instead you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed confirming that you have a clean bill of health. Only residents of Argentina entering the country by land will be able to choose either to show a negative COVID-19 PCR test or self-isolating for 14 days.
    Additionally, as of 15 December, all those authorised to enter the country and who intend to travel to the City of Buenos Aires will have to fill in a specific City of Buenos Aires specific ‘sworn declaration’ form and take a COVID-19 test upon arrival at Ezeiza International Airport. For full details, visit the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 have been extended until at least midnight on 31 January. The whole of the country is now in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary between jurisdictions.
    In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public.
    Under mandatory social distancing, free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment.
    Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test, applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a summer certificate (Certificado Verano) amongst others. You must check the requirements and protocols in place in each jurisdiction/province here (in Spanish) and make sure you meet them ahead of travelling. You must also check and comply with the requirements of the province you are in and of each province you plan to travel through if travelling by land. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations. All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempted. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available in the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    21.12.2020
  • Argentina Latest News: Government requires visitors to turn in sworn statements, negative COVID-19 tests before entering country (TN.com, 03.12.2020). Government allows entry of foreign visitors with relatives in country following COVID-19 restrictions (Los Andes, 30.11.2020). Government will resume commercial international flights from November (Reuters, 31.10.2020). Argentina to reopen its air borders on 2 November (AlKhalej Today, 25.10.2020). Government will allow domestic flights, long-distance buses to operate starting 16 October (La Nacion,14.10.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to most foreign nationals and non-residents entering the country. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Nationals and residents of neighbouring countries can enter Argentina to visit the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires for tourism purposes and do not need to self-isolate for 14 days. Those who qualify must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling and have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus. Entry in these cases is only allowed through the Port of Buenos Aires (Buquebus Terminal) and through Ezeiza International Airport and San Fernando International Airport in the Province of Buenos Aires. Some non-resident foreign nationals who don’t usually require a visa to enter Argentina can be allowed into the country, at the discretion of immigration officials at: Ezeiza and San Fernando International Airports; the Buquebus terminals; and the land border crossings at Paso de los Libres-Uruguayana, Sistema Cristo Redentor, San Sebastian and Gualeguaychú-Fray Bentos. For your entry to be considered, you must: be a direct family member of an Argentine national; have an exceptional reason to visit your Argentine family member, plan to visit for a limited period of time, not have any COVID-19 related symptoms. If you meet the above criteria, you will have to show the following to both your airline, or Buquebus, authorities before boarding, as well as to immigration officers upon arrival in Argentina: a legalised (apostilled) birth or marriage certificate, or common law partnership documentation, a copy of your Argentine relative’s national ID (DNI), a letter explaining the exceptional reasons for your visit, proof that you have booked a return flight, proof that you have taken a COVID-19 PCR test, with a negative result, within 72 hours of your arrival, and proof you have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus. All those authorised to enter Argentina must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling and must either present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling or choose to self-isolate for 14 days.

    As of 15 December, all those authorised to enter the country must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling. Self-isolating for 14 days upon arrival will no longer be an option or requirement. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again but instead you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed confirming that you have a clean bill of health. Only residents of Argentina entering the country by land will be able to choose either to show a negative COVID-19 PCR test or self-isolating for 14 days.
    Additionally, as of 15 December, all those authorised to enter the country and who intend to travel to the City of Buenos Aires will have to fill in a specific City of Buenos Aires specific ‘sworn declaration’ form and take a COVID-19 test upon arrival at Ezeiza International Airport. For full details, visit the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 have been extended until at least midnight on 20 December. With the exception of the metropolitan area of Bariloche and Dina Huapi (Rio Negro province) and Puerto Deseado (Santa Cruz), which remain under mandatary social isolation (ie. lockdown), the rest of the country is now in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary between jurisdictions. In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public.
    Under mandatory social isolation, you must stay at home. You are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area. Under mandatory social distancing, free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment. Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test, applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a summer certificate (Certificado Verano) amongst others. You must check the requirements and protocols in place in each jurisdiction/province here (in Spanish) and make sure you meet them ahead of travelling. You must also check and comply with the requirements of the province you are in and of each province you plan to travel through if travelling by land. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations. All arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arriving. Online booking is required. Children under the age of 12 are exempted. Full details on this requirement including information on where you can take the test and how to book are available in the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    16.12.2020
  • Argentina Latest News: Government requires visitors to turn in sworn statements, negative COVID-19 tests before entering country (TN.com, 03.12.2020). Government allows entry of foreign visitors with relatives in country following COVID-19 restrictions (Los Andes, 30.11.2020). Government will resume commercial international flights from November (Reuters, 31.10.2020). Argentina to reopen its air borders on 2 November (AlKhalej Today, 25.10.2020). Government will allow domestic flights, long-distance buses to operate starting 16 October (La Nacion,14.10.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to most foreign nationals and non-residents entering the country. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Nationals and residents of neighbouring countries can enter Argentina to visit the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires for tourism purposes and do not need to self-isolate for 14 days. Those who qualify must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling and have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus. Entry in these cases is only allowed through the Port of Buenos Aires (Buquebus Terminal) and through Ezeiza International Airport and San Fernando International Airport in the Province of Buenos Aires. Some non-resident foreign nationals who don’t usually require a visa to enter Argentina can be allowed into the country, at the discretion of immigration officials at: Ezeiza and San Fernando International Airports; the Buquebus terminals; and the land border crossings at Paso de los Libres-Uruguayana, Sistema Cristo Redentor, San Sebastian and Gualeguaychú-Fray Bentos. For your entry to be considered, you must: be a direct family member of an Argentine national; have an exceptional reason to visit your Argentine family member, plan to visit for a limited period of time, not have any COVID-19 related symptoms. If you meet the above criteria, you will have to show the following to both your airline, or Buquebus, authorities before boarding, as well as to immigration officers upon arrival in Argentina: a legalised (apostilled) birth or marriage certificate, or common law partnership documentation, a copy of your Argentine relative’s national ID (DNI), a letter explaining the exceptional reasons for your visit, proof that you have booked a return flight, proof that you have taken a COVID-19 PCR test, with a negative result, within 72 hours of your arrival, and proof you have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus. All those authorised to enter Argentina must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling and must either present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling or choose to self-isolate for 14 days.

    As of 15 December, all those authorised to enter the country must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling. Self-isolating for 14 days upon arrival will no longer be an option or requirement. If you have had coronavirus confirmed by a lab test within 90 days of your trip you don’t need to take a COVID-19 PCR test again but instead you will need to show evidence of your diagnosis and a medical certificate issued at least 10 days after being diagnosed confirming that you have a clean bill of health. Only residents of Argentina entering the country by land will be able to choose either to show a negative COVID-19 PCR test or self-isolating for 14 days.
    Additionally, as of 15 December, all those authorised to enter the country and who intend to travel to the City of Buenos Aires will have to fill in a specific City of Buenos Aires specific ‘sworn declaration’ form and take a COVID-19 test upon arrival at Ezeiza International Airport. For full details, visit the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 have been extended until at least midnight on 20 December. With the exception of the metropolitan area of Bariloche and Dina Huapi (Rio Negro province) and Puerto Deseado (Santa Cruz), which remain under mandatary social isolation (ie. lockdown), the rest of the country is now in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary between jurisdictions. In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public. Under mandatory social isolation, you must stay at home. You are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area. Under mandatory social distancing, free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment. Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test, applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a summer certificate (Certificado Verano) amongst others. You must check the requirements and protocols in place in each jurisdiction/province here (in Spanish) and make sure you meet them ahead of travelling. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations. As of 8 December, all arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires will have to take a COVID-19 test. Full details on this requirement are available in the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    09.12.2020
  • Argentina Latest News: Government requires visitors to turn in sworn statements, negative COVID-19 tests before entering country (TN.com, 03.12.2020). Government allows entry of foreign visitors with relatives in country following COVID-19 restrictions (Los Andes, 30.11.2020). Government will resume commercial international flights from November (Reuters, 31.10.2020). Argentina to reopen its air borders on 2 November (AlKhalej Today, 25.10.2020). Government will allow domestic flights, long-distance buses to operate starting 16 October (La Nacion,14.10.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to most foreign nationals and non-residents entering the country. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Nationals and residents of neighbouring countries can enter Argentina to visit the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires for tourism purposes and do not need to self-isolate for 14 days. Those who qualify must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling and have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus. Entry in these cases is only allowed through the Port of Buenos Aires (Buquebus Terminal) and through Ezeiza International Airport and San Fernando International Airport in the Province of Buenos Aires. Some non-resident foreign nationals who don’t usually require a visa to enter Argentina can be allowed into the country, at the discretion of immigration officials at: Ezeiza and San Fernando International Airports; the Buquebus terminals; and the land border crossings at Paso de los Libres-Uruguayana, Sistema Cristo Redentor, San Sebastian and Gualeguaychú-Fray Bentos. For your entry to be considered, you must: be a direct family member of an Argentine national; have an exceptional reason to visit your Argentine family member, plan to visit for a limited period of time, not have any COVID-19 related symptoms. If you meet the above criteria, you will have to show the following to both your airline, or Buquebus, authorities before boarding, as well as to immigration officers upon arrival in Argentina: a legalised (apostilled) birth or marriage certificate, or common law partnership documentation, a copy of your Argentine relative’s national ID (DNI), a letter explaining the exceptional reasons for your visit, proof that you have booked a return flight, proof that you have taken a COVID-19 PCR test, with a negative result, within 72 hours of your arrival, and proof you have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus. All those authorised to enter Argentina must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling, must self-isolate for 14 days (unless stated otherwise) and have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: In Argentina, measures to control the spread of COVID-19 have been extended until at least midnight on 20 December. With the exception of the metropolitan area of Bariloche and Dina Huapi (Rio Negro province) and Puerto Deseado (Santa Cruz), which remain under mandatary social isolation (ie. lockdown), the rest of the country is now in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary between jurisdictions. In all parts of Argentina you must cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public. Under mandatory social isolation, you must stay at home. You are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area. Under mandatory social distancing, free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction as long as social distancing rules are adhered to. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment. Movement between jurisdictions is permitted, provided you meet the requirements of the specific jurisdiction/province you plan to visit. Requirements might include taking a COVID-19 PCR test, applying for a permit to circulate (Certificado Único de Circulación) or a summer certificate (Certificado Verano) amongst others. You must check the requirements and protocols in place in each jurisdiction/province here (in Spanish) and make sure you meet them ahead of travelling. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations. As of 8 December, all arrivals into the City of Buenos Aires will have to take a COVID-19 test. Full details on this requirement are available in the City of Buenos Aires website (in Spanish).

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    04.12.2020
  • Argentina Latest News: Government requires visitors to turn in sworn statements, negative COVID-19 tests before entering country (TN.com, 03.12.2020). Government allows entry of foreign visitors with relatives in country following COVID-19 restrictions (Los Andes, 30.11.2020). Government will resume commercial international flights from November (Reuters, 31.10.2020). Argentina to reopen its air borders on 2 November (AlKhalej Today, 25.10.2020). Government will allow domestic flights, long-distance buses to operate starting 16 October (La Nacion,14.10.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to most foreign nationals and non-residents entering the country. Some exceptions apply to this rule. Nationals and residents of neighbouring countries can enter Argentina to visit the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires for tourism purposes and do not need to self-isolate for 14 days. Those who qualify must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling and have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus. Entry in these cases is only allowed through the Port of Buenos Aires (Buquebus Terminal) and through Ezeiza International Airport and San Fernando International Airport in the Province of Buenos Aires. Some non-resident foreign nationals who don’t usually require a visa to enter Argentina can be allowed into the country, at the discretion of immigration officials at: Ezeiza and San Fernando International Airports; the Buquebus terminals; and the land border crossings at Paso de los Libres-Uruguayana, Sistema Cristo Redentor, San Sebastian and Gualeguaychú-Fray Bentos. For your entry to be considered, you must: be a direct family member of an Argentine national; have an exceptional reason to visit your Argentine family member, plan to visit for a limited period of time, not have any COVID-19 related symptoms. If you meet the above criteria, you will have to show the following to both your airline, or Buquebus, authorities before boarding, as well as to immigration officers upon arrival in Argentina: a legalised (apostilled) birth or marriage certificate, or common law partnership documentation, a copy of your Argentine relative’s national ID (DNI), a letter explaining the exceptional reasons for your visit, proof that you have booked a return flight, proof that you have taken a COVID-19 PCR test, with a negative result, within 72 hours of your arrival, and proof you have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus. All those authorised to enter Argentina must fill in an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of travelling, must self-isolate for 14 days (unless stated otherwise) and have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina:
    Argentina’s quarantine and social distancing measures have been extended until at least midnight on 29 November. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between jurisdictions. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In some parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment. In all cases you are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area. Movement between jurisdictions is restricted to essential workers, those in need of medical treatment, to reunite with family members or to travel to an authorised border to leave the country. Those who qualify need a valid permit to circulate, known as a “Certificado Único de Circulación”Ministry of Health website (in Spanish). You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.

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    03.12.2020
  • Argentina Latest News: Government allows entry of foreign visitors with relatives in country following COVID-19 restrictions (Los Andes, 30.11.2020). Government will resume commercial international flights from November (Reuters, 31.10.2020). Argentina to reopen its air borders on 2 November (AlKhalej Today, 25.10.2020). Government will allow domestic flights, long-distance buses to operate starting 16 October (La Nacion,14.10.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to most foreign nationals and non-residents entering the country. Some exceptions apply to this rule. With effect from 30 October, nationals and residents of neighbouring countries can enter Argentina to visit the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires for tourism purposes. Entry will only be allowed through the Port of Buenos Aires (Buquebus Terminal) and through Ezeiza International Airport and San Fernando International Airport in the Province of Buenos Aires. Those who qualify will have to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival and have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus. For further information on requirements, or to check whether you qualify, contact your airline and Argentine Immigration.
    -From 30 November, some non-resident foreign nationals who don’t usually require a visa to enter Argentina will be allowed into the country, at the discretion of immigration officials at: Ezeiza and San Fernando International Airports; the Buquebus terminals; and the land border crossings at Paso de los Libres-Uruguayana, Sistema Cristo Redentor, San Sebastian and Gualeguaychú-Fray Bentos. For your entry to be considered, you must: • be a direct family member of an Argentine national; • have an exceptional reason to visit your Argentine family member; • plan to visit for a limited period of time;
    • not have any COVID-19 related symptoms. If you meet the above criteria, you will have to show the following to both your airline, or Buquebus, authorities before boarding, as well as to immigration officers upon arrival in Argentina: • a legalised (apostilled) birth or marriage certificate, or common law partnership documentation • a copy of your Argentine relative’s national ID (DNI) • a letter explaining the exceptional reasons for your visit • proof that you have booked a return flight • proof that you have taken a COVID-19 PCR test, with a negative result, within 72 hours of your arrival
    • and proof you have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus. You should check with your airline and your nearest Argentine Consulate for further information ahead of travelling. The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until further notice.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina:
    Argentina’s quarantine and social distancing measures have been extended until at least midnight on 29 November. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between jurisdictions. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In some parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment. In all cases you are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area. Movement between jurisdictions is restricted to essential workers, those in need of medical treatment, to reunite with family members or to travel to an authorised border to leave the country. Those who qualify need a valid permit to circulate, known as a “Certificado Único de Circulación”Ministry of Health website (in Spanish). You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.

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    01.12.2020
  • Argentina Latest News: Government will resume commercial international flights from November (Reuters, 31.10.2020). Argentina to reopen its air borders on 2 November (AlKhalej Today, 25.10.2020). Government will allow domestic flights, long-distance buses to operate starting 16 October (La Nacion,14.10.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Borders remain open for departure. Limited direct commercial flights are operating. With effect from 30 October nationals and residents of neighbouring countries can enter Argentina to visit the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires for tourism purposes. Entry will only be allowed through the Port of Buenos Aires (Buquebus Terminal) and through Ezeiza International Airport in the Province of Buenos Aires. Those who qualify will have to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to boarding and have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus. For further information on requirements, or to check whether you qualify, contact your airline and Argentine Immigration.
    The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until further notice.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina:
    Argentina’s quarantine and social distancing measures have been extended until at least midnight on 29 November. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between jurisdictions. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In some parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. The use of public transport within jurisdictions remains restricted to essential workers and those in need of medical treatment. In all cases you are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area. Movement between jurisdictions is restricted to essential workers, those in need of medical treatment, to reunite with family members or to travel to an authorised border to leave the country. Those who qualify need a valid permit to circulate, known as a “Certificado Único de Circulación”Ministry of Health website (in Spanish). You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.

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    25.11.2020
  • Argentina Latest News: Government will resume commercial international flights from November (Reuters, 31.10.2020). Argentina to reopen its air borders on 2 November (AlKhalej Today, 25.10.2020). Government will allow domestic flights, long-distance buses to operate starting 16 October (La Nacion,14.10.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Borders remain open for departure. Limited direct commercial flights are operating. With effect from 30 October nationals and residents of neighbouring countries can enter Argentina to visit the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires for tourism purposes. Entry will only be allowed through the Port of Buenos Aires (Buquebus Terminal) and through Ezeiza International Airport in the Province of Buenos Aires. Those who qualify will have to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to boarding and have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus. For further information on requirements, or to check whether you qualify, contact your airline and Argentine Immigration.
    The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until further notice.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: Argentina’s quarantine and social distancing measures have been extended until at least midnight on 29 November. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In some parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. In all cases you are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area. Movement between jurisdictions is restricted to essential workers, those in need of medical treatment, to reunite with family members or to travel to an authorised border to leave the country. Those who qualify need a valid permit to circulate, known as a “Certificado Único de Circulación” which you must carry with you at all times. You must make sure to provide full details of your circumstances in the “Observations” box including: • details of your confirmed international flight if leaving Argentina • details of the hospital if you are travelling for medical treatment • details of your company/employer if travelling as an essential worker • details of your Argentine or resident family member if you are travelling to reunite with your family.You should check what measures apply in your location in the Ministry of Health website (in Spanish). You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.

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    09.11.2020
  • Argentina Latest News: Government will resume commercial international flights from November (Reuters, 31.10.2020). Argentina to reopen its air borders on 2 November (AlKhalej Today, 25.10.2020). Government will allow domestic flights, long-distance buses to operate starting 16 October (La Nacion,14.10.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Borders remain open for departure. Limited direct commercial flights are operating. With effect from 30 October nationals and residents of neighbouring countries can enter Argentina to visit the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires for tourism purposes. Entry will only be allowed through the Port of Buenos Aires (Buquebus Terminal) and through Ezeiza International Airport in the Province of Buenos Aires. Those who qualify will have to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to boarding and have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus. For further information on requirements, or to check whether you qualify, contact your airline and Argentine Immigration.
    The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until further notice.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Moving around in Argentina: Argentina remains under a nationwide quarantine until at least midnight on 8 November. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a face mask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In some parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. In all cases you are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area. Movement between jurisdictions is restricted to essential workers, those in need of medical treatment, to reunite with family members or to travel to an authorised border to leave the country. Those who qualify need a valid permit to circulate, known as a “Certificado Único de Circulación” which you must carry with you at all times. You must make sure to provide full details of your circumstances in the “Observations” box including: • details of your confirmed international flight if leaving Argentina • details of the hospital if you are travelling for medical treatment • details of your company/employer if travelling as an essential worker • details of your Argentine or resident family member if you are travelling to reunite with your family.You should check what measures apply in your location in the Ministry of Health website (in Spanish). You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.

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    05.11.2020
  • Argentina Latest News: Argentina to reopen its air borders on 2 November (AlKhalej Today, 25.10.2020). Government will allow domestic flights, long-distance buses to operate starting 16 October (La Nacion,14.10.2020). Possible return of commercial flights on weekends after months of standstill caused by COVID-19 pandemic (BA Times, 13.10.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Borders and travel: Argentina’s borders are closed to foreign nationals and non-residents entering the country. With effect from 30 October nationals and residents of neighbouring countries can enter Argentina to visit the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires for tourism purposes. Entry will only be allowed through the Port of Buenos Aires (Buquebus Terminal) and through Ezeiza International Airport in the Province of Buenos Aires. Those who qualify will have to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to boarding and have medical insurance with comprehensive cover for coronavirus. For further information on requirements, or to check whether you qualify, contact your airline and Argentine Immigration.
    The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until further notice.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Argentina remains under a nationwide quarantine until at least midnight on 8 November. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a facemask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In some parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. In all cases you are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area.
    You should check what measures apply in your location in the Ministry of Health website (in Spanish). You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.

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    30.10.2020
  • Argentina Latest News: Argentina to reopen its air borders on 2 November (AlKhalej Today, 25.10.2020). Government will allow domestic flights, long-distance buses to operate starting 16 October (La Nacion,14.10.2020). Possible return of commercial flights on weekends after months of standstill caused by COVID-19 pandemic (BA Times, 13.10.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    Government announced commercial flights may resume in October. The Transport Ministry is studying on the possible return of commercial flights on Saturdays and Sundays. Borders remain open for departure, but there are only a limited number of exceptional international flights. The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until until 1 September. Borders remain open for departures. Travel from your accommodation to the airport is possible if you have a valid plane ticket and are not showing any symptoms of coronavirus.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Argentina remains under a nationwide quarantine until at least midnight on 8 November. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a facemask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In some parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. In all cases you are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area.
    You should check what measures apply in your location in the Ministry of Health website (in Spanish). You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.

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    26.10.2020
  • Argentina Latest News: Government will allow domestic flights, long-distance buses to operate starting 16 October (La Nacion,14.10.2020). Possible return of commercial flights on weekends after months of standstill caused by COVID-19 pandemic (BA Times, 13.10.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    Government announced commercial flights may resume in October. The Transport Ministry is studying on the possible return of commercial flights on Saturdays and Sundays. Borders remain open for departure, but there are only a limited number of exceptional international flights. The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until until 1 September. Borders remain open for departures. Travel from your accommodation to the airport is possible if you have a valid plane ticket and are not showing any symptoms of coronavirus.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Argentina remains under a nationwide quarantine until at least midnight on 25 October. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a facemask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires you must stay in your accommodation. In other parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. In all cases you are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area.
    You should check what measures apply in your location in the Ministry of Health website (in Spanish). You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.

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    19.10.2020
  • Argentina Latest News: Possible return of commercial flights on weekends after months of standstill caused by COVID-19 pandemic (BA Times, 13.10.2020). Argentine government authorizes some flights in September between Latin American, Europe and USA (La Nacion,25.08.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    Government announced commercial flights may resume in October. The Transport Ministry is studying on the possible return of commercial flights on Saturdays and Sundays. Borders remain open for departure, but there are only a limited number of exceptional international flights. The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until until 1 September. Borders remain open for departures. Travel from your accommodation to the airport is possible if you have a valid plane ticket and are not showing any symptoms of coronavirus.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Argentina’s lockdown is now scheduled to last until at least 11 October 2020. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a facemask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires you must stay in your accommodation. In other parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to.You can travel from your accommodation to the airport if you have a valid plane ticket and are not showing any symptoms of coronavirus.
    You need to complete an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of leaving, self-certifying that you are not suffering from symptoms associated with coronavirus and that you have not been in contact with confirmed cases in the preceding fortnight. You are only allowed to arrive at the airport within 5 hours of your flight departing. Regular domestic flights within Argentina as well as all scheduled long distance trains and buses are suspended until further notice. There may be other options for travelling overland, such as taking a taxi or hiring a car, but you are only permitted to travel to Buenos Aires if you have a valid ticket for an international flight which departs within 24 hours of your arrival. Please also note that vehicles are unable to stop overnight so there must be a minimum of two drivers for long journeys. If you need to spend a night in Buenos Aires, you will need to find accommodation to meet the requirements of the nationwide quarantine, which prohibits you from leaving your accommodation without justification.
    If you are planning to travel overland to Buenos Aires, you will need: a copy of the letter issued by the Ministry of Health confirming that foreign nationals travelling to return to their country of origin are exempt from the nationwide quarantine rules; a letter issued from your Embassy confirming that you should be allowed to travel; proof that you have a confirmed international flight departing within 24 hours of your arrival in Buenos Aires. possible additional permissions depending on your route and means of travel.

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    13.10.2020
  • Argentina Latest News: Lockdown extended until at least 11 October because of COVID-19 (Media Reports, 23.09.2020). Argentine government authorizes some flights in September between Latin American, Europe and USA (La Nacion,25.08.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    Government announced commercial flights may resume in October. Borders remain open for departure, but there are only a limited number of exceptional international flights. The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until until 1 September. Borders remain open for departures. Travel from your accommodation to the airport is possible if you have a valid plane ticket and are not showing any symptoms of coronavirus.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Argentina’s lockdown is now scheduled to last until at least 11 October 2020. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a facemask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires you must stay in your accommodation. In other parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to.You can travel from your accommodation to the airport if you have a valid plane ticket and are not showing any symptoms of coronavirus.
    You need to complete an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of leaving, self-certifying that you are not suffering from symptoms associated with coronavirus and that you have not been in contact with confirmed cases in the preceding fortnight. You are only allowed to arrive at the airport within 5 hours of your flight departing. Regular domestic flights within Argentina as well as all scheduled long distance trains and buses are suspended until further notice. There may be other options for travelling overland, such as taking a taxi or hiring a car, but you are only permitted to travel to Buenos Aires if you have a valid ticket for an international flight which departs within 24 hours of your arrival. Please also note that vehicles are unable to stop overnight so there must be a minimum of two drivers for long journeys. If you need to spend a night in Buenos Aires, you will need to find accommodation to meet the requirements of the nationwide quarantine, which prohibits you from leaving your accommodation without justification.
    If you are planning to travel overland to Buenos Aires, you will need: a copy of the letter issued by the Ministry of Health confirming that foreign nationals travelling to return to their country of origin are exempt from the nationwide quarantine rules; a letter issued from your Embassy confirming that you should be allowed to travel; proof that you have a confirmed international flight departing within 24 hours of your arrival in Buenos Aires. possible additional permissions depending on your route and means of travel.

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    23.09.2020
  • Argentina Argentine government authorizes some flights in September between Latin American, Europe and USA (La Nacion,25.08.2020).

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    Inbound restrictions:

    Government announced commercial flights will not resume until 10 October (infobae, 10.08.2020). Borders remain open for departure, but there are only a limited number of exceptional international flights. The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until until 1 September. Borders remain open for departures. Travel from your accommodation to the airport is possible if you have a valid plane ticket and are not showing any symptoms of coronavirus.

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    Internal restrictions:

    Argentina remains under a nationwide quarantine until at least midnight on 20 September. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a facemask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires you must stay in your accommodation. In other parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to.You can travel from your accommodation to the airport if you have a valid plane ticket and are not showing any symptoms of coronavirus.
    You need to complete an electronic ‘sworn statement’ form within 48 hours of leaving, self-certifying that you are not suffering from symptoms associated with coronavirus and that you have not been in contact with confirmed cases in the preceding fortnight. You are only allowed to arrive at the airport within 5 hours of your flight departing. Regular domestic flights within Argentina as well as all scheduled long distance trains and buses are suspended until further notice. There may be other options for travelling overland, such as taking a taxi or hiring a car, but you are only permitted to travel to Buenos Aires if you have a valid ticket for an international flight which departs within 24 hours of your arrival. Please also note that vehicles are unable to stop overnight so there must be a minimum of two drivers for long journeys. If you need to spend a night in Buenos Aires, you will need to find accommodation to meet the requirements of the nationwide quarantine, which prohibits you from leaving your accommodation without justification.
    If you are planning to travel overland to Buenos Aires, you will need: a copy of the letter issued by the Ministry of Health confirming that foreign nationals travelling to return to their country of origin are exempt from the nationwide quarantine rules; a letter issued from your Embassy confirming that you should be allowed to travel; proof that you have a confirmed international flight departing within 24 hours of your arrival in Buenos Aires. possible additional permissions depending on your route and means of travel.

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    08.09.2020
  • Argentina Argentine government authorizes some flights in September between Latin American, Europe and USA (La Nacion,25.08.2020).

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    Inbound restrictions:

    Government announced commercial flights will not resume until 10 October (infobae, 10.08.2020). Borders remain open for departure, but there are only a limited number of exceptional international flights. The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until until 1 September. Borders remain open for departures. Travel from your accommodation to the airport is possible if you have a valid plane ticket and are not showing any symptoms of coronavirus.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Argentina remains under a nationwide quarantine until at least midnight on 20 September. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a facemask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires you must stay in your accommodation. In other parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. In all cases you are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area. You should check what measures apply in your location in the Ministry of Health website (in Spanish) [https://www.argentina.gob.ar/coronavirus/aislamiento]. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.

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    02.09.2020
  • Argentina Government extends lockdown until 20 September amid record infection rates (BA Times, 29.08.2020). Argentine government authorizes some flights in September between Latin American, Europe and USA (La Nacion,25.08.2020). Government announces commercial flights will not resume until 10 October (infobae, 10.08.2020).

    *****

    Inbound restrictions:

    Borders remain open for departure, but there are only a limited number of exceptional international flights. The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until until 1 September. Borders remain open for departures. Travel from your accommodation to the airport is possible if you have a valid plane ticket and are not showing any symptoms of coronavirus.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Argentina remains under a nationwide quarantine until at least midnight on 20 September. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a facemask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires you must stay in your accommodation. In other parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. In all cases you are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area. You should check what measures apply in your location in the Ministry of Health website (in Spanish) [https://www.argentina.gob.ar/coronavirus/aislamiento]. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.

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    31.08.2020
  • Argentina Authorities extend and reimpose stricter COVID-19 restrictions in multiple cities until August 30. (Garda, 17.08.2020) Government announces commercial flights will not resume until 10 October (infobae, 10.08.2020).

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    Inbound restrictions:

    Argentina’s borders are closed to foreign nationals and non-residents entering the country. The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until until 1 September. Borders remain open for departures. Travel from your accommodation to the airport is possible if you have a valid plane ticket and are not showing any symptoms of coronavirus.

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    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Argentina remains under a nationwide quarantine until at least midnight on 30 August. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a facemask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires you must stay in your accommodation. In other parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. In all cases you are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area. In general, people should limit movement to essential reasons only. High-risk individuals, such as people aged over 60 years and pregnant women, will not be allowed to return to the workplace. Face masks are mandatory in most parts of the country while in any public place, including transportation. Violators will be fined up to AR$79,000 (US$1,200).

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    21.08.2020
  • Argentina Authorities extend and reimpose stricter COVID-19 restrictions in multiple cities until August 30. (Garda, 17.08.2020) Government announces commercial flights will not resume until 10 October (infobae, 10.08.2020).

    *****

    Inbound restrictions:

    Argentina’s borders are closed to foreign nationals and non-residents entering the country. The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until 10 October. Borders remain open for departures. Travel from your accommodation to the airport is possible if you have a valid plane ticket and are not showing any symptoms of coronavirus.

    *****

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Argentina remains under a nationwide quarantine until at least midnight on 30 August. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a facemask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires you must stay in your accommodation. In other parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. In all cases you are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area. In general, people should limit movement to essential reasons only. High-risk individuals, such as people aged over 60 years and pregnant women, will not be allowed to return to the workplace. Face masks are mandatory in most parts of the country while in any public place, including transportation. Violators will be fined up to AR$79,000 (US$1,200).

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    19.08.2020
  • Argentina Authorities extend and reimpose stricter COVID-19 restrictions in multiple cities until August 30. (Garda, 17.08.2020) Government announces commercial flights will not resume until 10 October (infobae, 10.08.2020).

    *****

    Inbound restrictions:

    Argentina’s borders are closed to foreign nationals and non-residents entering the country. The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until 10 October. Borders remain open for departures. Travel from your accommodation to the airport is possible if you have a valid plane ticket and are not showing any symptoms of coronavirus.

    *****

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Argentina remains under a nationwide quarantine until at least midnight on 16 August. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a facemask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires you must stay in your accommodation. In other parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. In all cases you are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area. All scheduled long distance trains and buses are suspended until midnight on 16 August. There may be other options for travelling overland, such as taking a taxi or hiring a car, but you are only permitted to travel to Buenos Aires if you have a valid ticket for an international flight which departs within 24 hours of your arrival. Please also note that vehicles are unable to stop overnight so there must be a minimum of two drivers for long journeys. Movement is limited according to the restrictions particular to cities or provinces. In general, people should limit movement to essential reasons only. High-risk individuals, such as people aged over 60 years and pregnant women, will not be allowed to return to the workplace. Face masks are mandatory in most parts of the country while in any public place, including transportation. Violators will be fined up to AR$79,000 (US$1,200).

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    17.08.2020
  • Argentina Government announces commercial flights will not resume until 10 October (infobae, 10.08.2020).

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    Inbound restrictions:

    Argentina’s borders are closed to foreign nationals and non-residents entering the country. The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until 10 October. Borders remain open for departures. Travel from your accommodation to the airport is possible if you have a valid plane ticket and are not showing any symptoms of coronavirus.

    *****

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Argentina remains under a nationwide quarantine until at least midnight on 16 August. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a facemask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires you must stay in your accommodation. In other parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. In all cases you are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area. All scheduled long distance trains and buses are suspended until midnight on 16 August. There may be other options for travelling overland, such as taking a taxi or hiring a car, but you are only permitted to travel to Buenos Aires if you have a valid ticket for an international flight which departs within 24 hours of your arrival. Please also note that vehicles are unable to stop overnight so there must be a minimum of two drivers for long journeys. Movement is limited according to the restrictions particular to cities or provinces. In general, people should limit movement to essential reasons only. High-risk individuals, such as people aged over 60 years and pregnant women, will not be allowed to return to the workplace. Face masks are mandatory in most parts of the country while in any public place, including transportation. Violators will be fined up to AR$79,000 (US$1,200).

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    11.08.2020
  • Argentina Government extends COVID-19 lockdown in Buenos Aires until 16 August (Reuters, 31.07.2020). Ban on commercial flights set to expire on 1 September. (Reuters, 17.07.2020).

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    Inbound restrictions:

    Argentina’s borders are closed to foreign nationals and non-residents entering the country. The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until 1 September. Borders remain open for departures. Travel from your accommodation to the airport is possible if you have a valid plane ticket and are not showing any symptoms of coronavirus.

    *****

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Argentina remains under a nationwide quarantine until at least midnight on 16 August. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a facemask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires you must stay in your accommodation. In other parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. In all cases you are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area. All scheduled long distance trains and buses are suspended until midnight on 16 August. There may be other options for travelling overland, such as taking a taxi or hiring a car, but you are only permitted to travel to Buenos Aires if you have a valid ticket for an international flight which departs within 24 hours of your arrival. Please also note that vehicles are unable to stop overnight so there must be a minimum of two drivers for long journeys. Movement is limited according to the restrictions particular to cities or provinces. In general, people should limit movement to essential reasons only. High-risk individuals, such as people aged over 60 years and pregnant women, will not be allowed to return to the workplace. Face masks are mandatory in most parts of the country while in any public place, including transportation. Violators will be fined up to AR$79,000 (US$1,200).

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    03.08.2020
  • Argentina COVID-19 lockdown restrictions to be eased in Buenos Aires; ban on commercial flights set to expire on 1 September. (Reuters, 17.07.2020). Government extends, tightens lockdown in, near Buenos Aires following sharp rise in COVID-19 cases until 17JUL20 (Reuters, 29.06.2020). Government to resume international flights as soon as mid-August (BA Times, 10.06.2020).

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    Inbound restrictions:

    Argentina’s borders are closed to foreign nationals and non-residents entering the country. The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until 1 September.

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    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Argentina remains under a nationwide quarantine until midnight on 2 August. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a facemask or other garment whenever you go out in public. In the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires you must stay in your accommodation. In other parts of the country free movement is allowed within each jurisdiction provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. In all cases you are allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area.

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    18.07.2020
  • Argentina Government extends, tightens lockdown in, near Buenos Aires following sharp rise in COVID-19 cases until 17JUL20 (Reuters, 29.06.2020). Government to resume international flights as soon as mid-August (BA Times, 10.06.2020).

    *****

    Inbound restrictions:

    Argentina’s borders are closed to foreign nationals and non-residents entering the country. The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled international flights have been suspended until 1 September.

    *****

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Argentina remains under a nationwide quarantine until midnight on 17 July. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires (including La Plata), Resistencia in the province of Chaco, the metropolitan area of Córdoba, Rawson in the province of Chubut and in Bariloche and General Roca in the province of Río Negro, you must stay in your accommodation. Anyone outside their accommodation without justification may be charged with committing a public health crime. You are, however, allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area. In the rest of the country, free movement is now permitted within each jurisdiction, provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. Social gatherings of up to 10 people are also allowed. In most parts of Argentina, you are still required to cover your nose and mouth with a facemask or other garment whenever you go out in public. There are various exceptions at a local level. In the city of Buenos Aires, some local businesses (such as bookshops, flower and clothes shops) have started reopening, allowing people to go out to make non-essential purchases based on the last digit of their ID card or passport. Those ending in even numbers are allowed to go out on even numbered dates and those ending in odd numbers are allowed to go out on odd numbered dates, Monday to Friday. From 8 June, you are also allowed to go out for exercise (running, walking, cycling), accompanied by just one other person, between 8pm and 8am. You do not need to cover your nose and mouth while you are exercising. There may be additional local restrictions. For example, the government of the City of Buenos Aires has urged those over the age of 70 not to leave their homes at all during the quarantine. You should check what measures have been introduced in your location. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.

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    15.07.2020
  • Argentina Government to resume international flights as soon as mid-August (BA Times, 10.06.2020).

    *****

    Inbound restrictions:

    Argentina’s borders are closed to foreign nationals and non-residents entering the country.
    The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled domestic and international flights have been suspended until 1 September.
    Those arriving are required to self-isolate for a period of 14 days.

    *****

    Outbound restrictions:

    The government of Argentina has implemented additional travel restrictions to limit the spread of COVID-19. Only travelers with confirmed international flight reservations may travel from the provinces to the Buenos Aires metro area 24 hours in advance of the flight.
    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country, however, flights have been severely limited. The borders remain open for departures. However, all scheduled international flights have been suspended, although the government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights.

    *****

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Argentina remains under a nationwide quarantine until midnight on 17 July. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires (including La Plata), Resistencia in the province of Chaco, the metropolitan area of Córdoba, Rawson in the province of Chubut and in Bariloche and General Roca in the province of Río Negro, you must stay in your accommodation. Anyone outside their accommodation without justification may be charged with committing a public health crime. You are, however, allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area. In the rest of the country, free movement is now permitted within each jurisdiction, provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. Social gatherings of up to 10 people are also allowed. In most parts of Argentina, you are still required to cover your nose and mouth with a facemask or other garment whenever you go out in public. There are various exceptions at a local level. In the city of Buenos Aires, some local businesses (such as bookshops, flower and clothes shops) have started reopening, allowing people to go out to make non-essential purchases based on the last digit of their ID card or passport. Those ending in even numbers are allowed to go out on even numbered dates and those ending in odd numbers are allowed to go out on odd numbered dates, Monday to Friday. From 8 June, you are also allowed to go out for exercise (running, walking, cycling), accompanied by just one other person, between 8pm and 8am. You do not need to cover your nose and mouth while you are exercising. There may be additional local restrictions. For example, the government of the City of Buenos Aires has urged those over the age of 70 not to leave their homes at all during the quarantine. You should check what measures have been introduced in your location. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.

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    29.06.2020
  • Argentina Government to resume international flights as soon as mid-August (BA Times, 10.06.2020). Mandatory COVID-19 quarantine extended for Buenos Aires metro area until June 28 (TN.com, 04.06.2020)

    *****

    Inbound restrictions:

    Argentina’s borders are closed to foreign nationals and non-residents entering the country.
    The borders remain open for departures. While the Argentine government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights, all scheduled domestic and international flights have been suspended until 1 September.
    Those arriving are required to self-isolate for a period of 14 days.

    *****

    Outbound restrictions:

    The government of Argentina has implemented additional travel restrictions to limit the spread of COVID-19. Only travelers with confirmed international flight reservations may travel from the provinces to the Buenos Aires metro area 24 hours in advance of the flight.
    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country, however, flights have been severely limited. The borders remain open for departures. However, all scheduled international flights have been suspended, although the government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights.

    *****

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    Argentina remains under a nationwide quarantine until midnight on 28 June. The restrictions imposed vary significantly between provinces. In the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires (including La Plata), Resistencia in the province of Chaco, the metropolitan area of Córdoba, Rawson in the province of Chubut and in Bariloche and General Roca in the province of Río Negro, you must stay in your accommodation. Anyone outside their accommodation without justification may be charged with committing a public health crime. You are, however, allowed to travel to an airport if you have a flight booked and you can make single person journeys to buy necessities, such as medicines or foodstuffs, in your local area. In the rest of the country, free movement is now permitted within each jurisdiction, provided that social distancing rules are adhered to. Social gatherings of up to 10 people are also allowed. In most parts of Argentina, you are still required to cover your nose and mouth with a facemask or other garment whenever you go out in public. There are various exceptions at a local level. In the city of Buenos Aires, some local businesses (such as bookshops, flower and clothes shops) have started reopening, allowing people to go out to make non-essential purchases based on the last digit of their ID card or passport. Those ending in even numbers are allowed to go out on even numbered dates and those ending in odd numbers are allowed to go out on odd numbered dates, Monday to Friday. From 8 June, you are also allowed to go out for exercise (running, walking, cycling), accompanied by just one other person, between 8pm and 8am. You do not need to cover your nose and mouth while you are exercising. There may be additional local restrictions. For example, the government of the City of Buenos Aires has urged those over the age of 70 not to leave their homes at all during the quarantine. You should check what measures have been introduced in your location. You could be subject to a financial penalty if you do not abide by local regulations.

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    24.06.2020
  • Argentina Government to resume international flights as soon as mid-August (BA Times, 10.06.2020). Mandatory COVID-19 quarantine extended for Buenos Aires metro area until June 28 (TN.com, 04.06.2020)

    Passengers are not allowed to enter until 28 June 2020.
    – This does not apply to nationals and residents of Argentina.

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    Inbound restrictions:

    All domestic and international flights have been suspended until 1 September.
    Borders are closed to all arrivals except Argentine nationals or residents. Those arriving are required to self-isolate for a period of 14 days.

    *****

    Outbound restrictions:

    The government of Argentina has implemented additional travel restrictions to limit the spread of COVID-19. Only travelers with confirmed international flight reservations may travel from the provinces to the Buenos Aires metro area 24 hours in advance of the flight.
    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country, however, flights have been severely limited. The borders remain open for departures. However, all scheduled international flights have been suspended, although the government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights.

    *****

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    The Government of Argentina has ordered a countrywide mandatory quarantine. The quarantine has been extended through June 28. Restrictions may vary by province; check with local provincial authorities for a complete list of guidelines
    Plan to limit your movements in accordance with the quarantine, whether in the City of Buenos Aires or the provinces.
    Limited exemptions include movement to obtain food and medical care and travel to the international airport for ticketed passengers only. Additional information about quarantine exemptions can be found at [https://www.argentina.gob.ar/coronavirus/aislamiento/exceptuados] (In Spanish) If you have been using a Certificado Unico Habilitante de Circulacion, note that many previously issued Certificado Unico Habilitante de Circulación were invalidated by the latest quarantine extension; check with Argentine authorities to determine if you must reapply.
    Face masks or coverings must be worn in most public areas and in transport and cars.
    Transport remains extremely restricted. The Ministry of Transportation halted all Argentine intercity domestic buses, trains, and flights in March, and most of these services remain suspended due to the ongoing quarantine order. In the Buenos Aires metropolitan area, passengers can only board public transportation if there is an available seat (standing room passengers are forbidden). These regulations are likely to remain in place for the duration of the quarantine order. Travelers should expect further travel disruptions with little notice

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    22.06.2020
  • Argentina Government to resume international flights as soon as mid-August (BA Times, 10.06.2020). Mandatory COVID-19 quarantine extended for Buenos Aires metro area until June 28 (TN.com, 04.06.2020)

    1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Argentina.
    – This does not apply to nationals and residents of Argentina.
    2. Airlines must send airline crew and passenger’s information to ANAC 12 hours before departure. This information must contain passenger list with travel document numbers, phone number and address where each person declares that they will comply with the mandatory quarantine upon arrival.

    Inbound restrictions:

    All domestic and international flights have been suspended until 1 September.
    Borders are closed to all arrivals except Argentine nationals or residents. Those arriving are required to self-isolate for a period of 14 days.

    Outbound restrictions:

    The government of Argentina has implemented additional travel restrictions to limit the spread of COVID-19. Only travelers with confirmed international flight reservations may travel from the provinces to the Buenos Aires metro area 24 hours in advance of the flight.
    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country, however, flights have been severely limited. The borders remain open for departures. However, all scheduled international flights have been suspended, although the government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights.

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    The Government of Argentina has ordered a countrywide mandatory quarantine. The quarantine has been extended through June 28. Restrictions may vary by province; check with local provincial authorities for a complete list of guidelines
    Plan to limit your movements in accordance with the quarantine, whether in the City of Buenos Aires or the provinces.
    Limited exemptions include movement to obtain food and medical care and travel to the international airport for ticketed passengers only. Additional information about quarantine exemptions can be found at [https://www.argentina.gob.ar/coronavirus/aislamiento/exceptuados] (In Spanish) If you have been using a Certificado Unico Habilitante de Circulacion, note that many previously issued Certificado Unico Habilitante de Circulación were invalidated by the latest quarantine extension; check with Argentine authorities to determine if you must reapply.
    Face masks or coverings must be worn in most public areas and in transport and cars.
    Transport remains extremely restricted. The Ministry of Transportation halted all Argentine intercity domestic buses, trains, and flights in March, and most of these services remain suspended due to the ongoing quarantine order. In the Buenos Aires metropolitan area, passengers can only board public transportation if there is an available seat (standing room passengers are forbidden). These regulations are likely to remain in place for the duration of the quarantine order. Travelers should expect further travel disruptions with little notice

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    15.06.2020
  • Argentina 1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Argentina.
    – This does not apply to nationals and residents of Argentina.
    2. Airlines must send airline crew and passenger’s information to ANAC 12 hours before departure. This information must contain passenger list with travel document numbers, phone number and address where each person declares that they will comply with the mandatory quarantine upon arrival.

    Inbound restrictions:

    All domestic and international flights have been suspended until 1 September.
    Borders are closed to all arrivals except Argentine nationals or residents. Those arriving are required to self-isolate for a period of 14 days.

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country, however, flights have been severely limited. The borders remain open for departures. However, all scheduled international flights have been suspended, although the government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights.

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    National quarantine extended through 7 June (OSAC, 26.05.2020)
    Long-distance trains and buses are suspended until 24 May. In the capital, Buenos Aires, public transportation will continue with limited operations. The country is on lockdown until 24 May. Citizens are only permitted to leave their residences for essential purposes. This is being enforced by police and security personnel. Criminal prosecution for those who do not comply. Schools, public service offices, restaurants and recreational businesses have closed. Outdoor exercises such as running and biking have been banned as people are only allowed 1,640 feet (500 metres) from their home and only for one hour a day. On 11 May, some restrictions will be lifted and selected non-essential businesses will be allowed to reopen. Details have not yet been announced. As of 4 May, the use of face masks in public spaces is mandatory nationwide. This includes while travelling by car and train. Failure to comply may result in fines up to AR$79,000 (US$1,200).

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    01.06.2020
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