Argentina is reopening international borders and easing up COVID restrictions for fully vaccinated foreign tourists starting Nov. 1, government officials announced at a press conference on Tuesday.
The country also approved a plan to gradually reopen its borders from Sept. 24, when fully vaccinated residents entering for essential reasons will no longer need to quarantine on arrival.
The same benefit will be extended to all immunized international travelers on Nov, 1. Unvaccinated people are also welcomed but they
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