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In a new Decree published 12 March 2020, the government stipulated new rules restricting travel by individuals into Argentina from the People’s Republic of China, South Korea, Iran, Japan, the United States of America, United Kingdom and the rest of Europe, including individuals who may have transited through the aforementioned countries to get to Argentina. All flights coming from the aforementioned countries are cancelled for 30 days, starting yesterday. All flights coming from the aforementioned countries are cancelled for 30 days, starting yesterday. Finally, individuals coming from the aforementioned countries during the last 14 days must remain in quarantine for at least 15 days according to the Argentinean emergency protocol. Individuals who arrive in the country having transited through or come directly from the “affected areas” will be subject to a series of questions upon arrival at the airport and may be required to undergo a medical examination. Nonresident foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Argentina and will not be permitted to remain in Argentina, with some exceptions, if they do not comply with new health emergency rules governing hygiene and self-quarantine.