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What you need to know before travelling to Patagonia
Yes! Both Chilean and Argentine borders are opened.
To avoid isolation upon arrival in Argentina, passengers must present:
In Argentina, presenting a negative PCR is no longer necessary.
In Argentina, almost 90% of Argentine Patagonia’s population was vaccinated with the first dosis while approximately 87% are fully vaccinated. Among the vaccines given in Argentina are: Convidecia, Comirnaty, Sputnik V, Covishield, Sinopharm, AstraZeneca and Moderna.
Crossing the Andes, Chile has almost 99.6% of Patagonia’s population fully vaccinated. Among the vaccines given in this country are: Pfizer-BioNTech, Sinovac, AstraZeneca, CanSino (Saval) and Janssen (Johnson & Johnson).
(Updated to: 16/06/2022)
Yes, both Argentina and Chile have opened their National Parks.
Foreign travelers need to present the Mobility Pass.
The use of a face mask is mandatory at all times.
Travellers must fill the “Passenger Location Form”
Signs on floors will indicate the minimum required separation distance.
Hand sanitizer will be available for all travelers.
Passengers need to present the “Mobility Pass”.
Travellers should keep a distance of 1 meter between them.
The bus should be aired out before and after the trip.
Temperature control when entering.
Passengers travelling through Argentina should present a certificate of circulation.
It is recommended to arrive early since preventive measures may require more time to complete the protocols at the airport.
Passengers should present 2 certificates: International passenger motor transport service & Interurban passenger motor transport service of national jurisdiction.
Signs on floors will indicate the minimum separation distance required.
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