RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chilean health authorities ruled out Thursday that the borders with Argentina will be opened in September and denied that there is a tentative date to allow entry to non-residents.
"We have not studied any such announcement. This decision by Argentina is unilateral. We have not yet had official conversations with this country," affirmed the Minister of Health, Enrique Paris.
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The clarification came three days after Argentina's migratory authorities informed us that they are . . .