Starting Monday, October 11 at 4 a.m. GMT, Argentina will leave the “red list” of countries to enter England. Non-Irish or British citizens are now allowed to travel to the UK from Argentina.
As previously reported, travelers to England from non-red list regions will have different requirements based on the vaccination status.
Currently, the vaccination certificates issued by the Argentine government are not part of the UK vaccine certificate recognition scheme. Travelers to England with an Argentine vaccination certificate will have to follow the same rules as an unvaccinated person.
People with Argentine citizenship who received the vaccine in the United States must present the CDC card that guarantees that they have received a complete cycle of a vaccine approved by the FDA in the United States, as well as proof of residence in that country.
Travelers to the UK should follow local guidance, which is subject to change often and with short notice.
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