Chile will reopen 10 land borders with Argentina and Peru

Foreigners entering Chile through these borders will have to have their complete vaccination process approved, to submit an affidavit, to have health insurance and, when they arrive, they will be subjected to a PCR test

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chile announced on Monday the reopening of 10 land borders with Argentina and Peru, closed for almost two years due to the coronavirus pandemic, but under strict requirements for visitors.

The land crossings will be rehabilitated in two stages, the first one next Wednesday, with Futaleufú, Huemules, and Paso Integración Austral, in the south of the country and bordering Argentina, the first two with the province of Chubut and the third with Santa Cruz.

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