Chile reopens its land borders with Argentina, Bolivia, and Peru

Some 22 border crossing points were closed for the movement of people and only open to commercial cargo. After two years, they are fully reopened due to the stabilization of coronavirus cases in Chile.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On May 1, Chile reopened 22 land border crossings with Argentina, Bolivia, and Peru that were closed since March 17, 2020, as a preventive measure after the arrival of covid-19 to the country, informed the Ministry of Interior.

These border crossing points were closed for the movement of people and only open to commercial cargo. After two years, they are fully reopened given the stabilization of covid-19 cases in Chile, although with . . .

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