Argentina reopens to vaccinated visitors

Argentina reopened to vaccinated foreign travelers on Monday.

Visitors who have been fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to arrival and can show a negative Covid-19 PCR test result from within 72 hours of arrival can enter Argentina with no quarantine requirement. 

American, Delta, United and Argentinian Airlines are all flying between the U.S. and Argentina. 

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American is flying 13 times per week to Buenos Aires from Miami and daily to Buenos Aires from Dallas/Fort Worth and New York JFK. 

United is flying daily to Buenos Aires from Houston Bush Intercontinental. 

Delta is serving Buenos Aires three times weekly from Atlanta. 

Argentinian is offering nine weekly flights from Miami to Buenos Aires and five weekly flights to Buenos Aires from JFK.

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