RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The protocols duly proposed by the government of the Province of Neuquén were approved, and foreigners wishing to enter Argentina will now be able to do so through the Pino Hachado and Cardenal Samoré border crossings. María Rosa Dupín, a Migrations official in Bariloche, indicated that these crossings were by the disposition of the Ministry of Health from this week. "They are operating seven days a week".
The national official explained that "since there is no reciprocity, the entry requirements are not the same for Argentina as for Chile. Argentina has the Passes . . .