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As you know, South America is one of the regions least affected by COVID-19; however, recently, 1 case has been reported in Brazil.

Here is a brief on the situation in each country:

ARGENTINA
No cases of COVID-19 reported.
The health care protocol is in place, which implies that, if a passenger on a flight landing in the country has suspicious symptoms upon arrival at the airport, they will be transferred directly to a health center specially equipped to deal with such cases.

BOLIVIA
No cases of COVID-19 reported.
The health care protocol is in place, which implies that, if a passenger on a flight landing in the country has suspicious symptoms upon arrival at the airport, they will be transferred directly to a health center specially equipped to deal with such cases.

BRAZIL
There is 1 confirmed case of COVID-19 to date.
The health care protocol is in place, which implies that, if a passenger on a flight landing in the country has suspicious symptoms upon arrival at the airport, they will be transferred directly to a health center specially equipped to deal with such cases. Brazilian authorities have deployed a surveillance system in the main airports, ports and the airspace of the country, in order to control in time any suspicious entry with symptoms similar to that of COVID-19.

CHILE
No cases of COVID-19 reported.
Individuals entering the country must sign an Affidavit specifying the countries where they have been in the last 6 months.
Those from the affected countries (e.g. Europe or Asia) will have to go through effective triage at the airport to rule out the presence of the virus.

COLOMBIA
No cases of COVID-19 reported.
The health care protocol is in place, which implies that, if a passenger on a flight landing in the country has suspicious symptoms upon arrival at the airport, they will be transferred directly to a health center specially equipped to deal with such cases.

ECUADOR
No cases of COVID-19 reported.
The health care protocol is in place, which implies that, if a passenger on a flight landing in the country has suspicious symptoms upon arrival at the airport, they will be transferred directly to a health center specially equipped to deal with such cases. Passengers from China, Italy, Iran and South Korea will have to go through a quick health check at their arrival.

PERU
No cases of COVID-19 reported.
The health care protocol is in place, which implies that, if a passenger on a flight landing in the country has suspicious symptoms upon arrival at the airport, they will be transferred directly to a health center specially equipped to deal with such cases.