Juan Manuel SerranoAnd the immigration representative In Mendoza, practical details of supervision Stone which happened last weekend. In it, they visited the homes of about 700 people who were supposed to be isolated They have recently arrived from abroad into the country, but 40% have left home, including a Occupational health.
40% of people coming from abroad do not comply with IsolationAccording to the results of surveys conducted between Thursday and Friday last week. The goal was to ascertain if the travelers were actually in Quarantine is mandatory.
Tell Serrano how the process of entering the country is going these days. He said that all Argentines who come from abroad need to submit a negative PCR report so that they can board the plane, and after the flight, they will take another test at the Argentine airport. If it is negative, the person must declare an address where he will have to spend 7 days Isolation And then take another test and if the result is only negative at that time, you will be able to leave. On the other hand, if the test is positive at the airport, that person must spend 10 days Isolation in the city of Buenos Aires.
Although on Thursday and Friday they found only 700 addresses, Serrano confirmed that between 1,800 and 1,900 people arrive daily from outside the country and enter Argentina via Ezeiza International Airport and Aeropark, the “only safe passages available for passengers”.
In particular, regarding recent controls, Serrano said that about 280 people did not comply with the Stone. These are subjects of “various ages” and most of them “came from the United States”.
In cases where officers are able to communicate with other people present in the home, a rep said Migrations, the majority argued that those who should be isolated They have gone to work. Until ‘One of them was a occupational health Serrano, who lamented these cases, which he described as “unusual at this point”, told us he was not at home because he was attending.
Now from the delegation Mendoza They will send minutes to immigration headquartersThey will file a criminal complaint in this regard.