Now it is: Chile confirms that it will open all its border crossings on May 1

The Government of Chile announced this Sunday that the May 1 open the land borders of the countrywhich connect it with the Argentina, Bolivia and Peru and that were closed in March 2020, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

After the official communication, it was clarified from the neighboring country whatand Tuesday April 12 The authorities will explain in detail the modality of the opening of the border crossings.

The announcement was made during the afternoon of this Sunday by the Chilean Ministry of the Interior via Twitter. He reported that, together with the Foreign Affairs and Health portfolios, “confirm the opening of all land border crossings from next May 1, 2022″. Chile closed all its borders on March 17, 2020.

In November 2021, it resumed air traffic through the Santiago airport and later also rehabilitated it at the Antofagasta and Iquique terminals, in the north, and Punta Arenas, in the south.

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Likewise, on December 22, it reopened five land crossings on the border with Argentina.

The land passages that will be open

The land crossings between Argentina and Chile are Jama (Jujuy); Sico and Socompa (Salta); San Francisco Pass (Catamarca); Black Pircas (La Rioja); Black Water (San Juan); Christ the Redeemer and Pehuenche (Mendoza); Cardenal Samor, Hua Hum, Mamuil Malal, Carirrie, Icalma and Pino Hachado (Neuqun); Perez Rosales and Ro Manso (Ro Negro); Huemules, Futaleuf and Cohiaique (Chubut); Austral Integration (Santa Cruz); and San Sebastian (Tierra del Fuego).

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