RIO DE JANEIRO BRAZIL - The municipal government of Buenos Aires announced on Friday, November 20th, the reopening of national and international tourism starting in December, with a comprehensive policy for the arrival of visitors that includes tests to detect the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Felipe Miguel, the head of the city's Cabinet, said that "the priority is and will continue to be taking care of the health of our neighbors. I want to bring them the peace of mind that we have a testing system for each tourist who comes to the city. We have already set up the . . .
To read the full NEWS and much more, Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed? Login Here