translated from Spanish: Prohibit entry into the country to foreigners who have traveled to at-risk areas

Among the battery of measures launched by the Government and many others that it prepares to prevent the spread of coronavirus in Argentina is the ban on non-resident foreigners who have visited risk areas in the last 14 days. This is Resolution 567-20 published in the Official Gazette yesterday Saturday 14 March evening. It provides for “a 30-day ban on entry to the country” for those who have transited through territories considered to be at-risk zones in the past two weeks. The validity of the measure “may be shortened or extended according to the evolution of the epidemiological situation”.

In addition, the National Directorate of Migration is authorized to “establish exceptions for the purpose of addressing duly informed circumstances of need”. This Sunday 15 in the morning, at least six passengers who arrived at Ezeiza airport will be deported according to compliance with this measure. According to Télam, they had been warned of the norm before boarding the respective aircraft but decided to fly anyway.

The people in question arrived between 4 and 10 a.m. today. Currently and are in the pre-boarding area and will remain there until the departure time of return to their places of origin, which will be specified between 11 and 18.In this note:

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