Nearly 2,000 trucks stranded at Argentina-Chile border due to mandatory covid tests on drivers

"At some point, the supply chain is going to be cut off. It is not a funnel; it is a plug. In practice, the pass is closed," Daniel Gallart of the Mendoza Truck Owners Association told AFP.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Between 1,800 and 2,000 trucks have been forming long lines for two days on the Argentine side of the Cristo Redentor Pass, the most important border crossing with Chile due to covid tests ordered by Chilean authorities, Argentine carriers said on Tuesday . . .

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