Administrative Decision 932/2021 was published in the Official Gazette establishing the requirements that certain persons must meet to be exempted from the isolation period upon arrival in Argentina.
The exceptions apply to the following persons: (i) Argentine citizens and residents returning to the country from abroad, and (ii) non-resident foreigners expressly authorized by the Argentine Immigration Authority to travel to Argentina for essential labor or commercial activities or professional sports activities.
To be exempted from the isolation requirements, individuals must:
- Provide proof of full vaccination at least 14 days prior to entering the country.
- Provide proof of negative PCR test results from a test conducted 72 hours prior to boarding and submit to antigen testing on arrival.
- Submit to PCR tests between the 5th and 7th day from arrival. Results must be negative.
- Perform all activities in strict compliance with prevention and sanitary measures for 10 days. During that period, individuals must not attend massive events or use public transportation, unless expressly authorized.
- Carry proof of vaccination and show it to the authorities when so required.
Non-resident foreigners must also follow all protocols relevant to the activity they will be performing.
The decision will be in force starting September 24, 2021.