Chile announces removal of restrictions on leaving and arriving in the country

In view of this opening, there are many Chileans, including experts on the subject, who call attention to the increase in the number of cases registered recently in the country.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Chilean Undersecretary of Health, Paula Daza, advised on Monday about new changes in the country's travel protocols, among which are included the elimination of restrictions to leave the country, modifications that, according to her, will come into effect as from December 1.

As part of the plan promoted by the Chilean government for the return to the new normality, Daza detailed that the airports of Santiago, Inique, Antofagasta, and Punta Arenas will be accessible, as well as the land crossings of Chacalluta, Colchane and Pino Hachado.

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