RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Argentine government authorized the reopening of the international airport of Salta and the Salvador Mazza border crossing with Bolivia, as part of the relaxation of health measures following the decrease in the number of Covid-19 infections. In order to enter, travelers must comply with vaccination and PCR test requirements.
Both the airport and the border crossing are now considered "international safe corridors" for entering the country, thus joining other borders now operating again, such as Paso de los Libres, Corrientes.
People entering the country must comply with the "protocol for the entry of international . . .