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We wanted to share with you some updated information and resources for your travel plans in June/July.



We wanted to inform you that all Lincoln employees will be able to get a Traveler's PCR exam on June 17th in the event that this is needed for travel within 72 hrs from this date forward. This test is only required for those who are travelling.

If you are interested in you and your family members getting their PCR on Lincoln’s campus, please sign up by adding your names to this sign-up sheet. Spots are available between 10:30 and 1:30 PM exclusively for staff and faculty. 

We will be providing this service through a private contractor, Argenomics, the company who will be performing PCR tests with your full name and DNI or Passport number. 

The PCR tests will be administered as follows:

The PCR administered will be the RT PCR test via saliva sample. If your destination requires a nasal swab, please clarify beforehand. 

  • The cost per person is AR$6,899 
  • Costs will be deducted from your July salary.
  • Results will be sent to you electronically within 24 hours of having the test. 

Giving your saliva sample: 

 All testers will arrive promptly at their assigned time on June 17th and report to the testing tent on Field one. 

Testers will be able to drive up the bus road, and momentarily park to the right hand side, as they exit their cars to have their PCR tests taken.  

Once you have been swabbed, please exit the bus road promptly.

If you are on foot, please approach the tent and line up to the side until you are called over. 

If you need to get your PCR at another time, please see further options below:


Request Appt online

 24 hour turnover on results

Have locations in CABA and Zona Norte

Cost: For individual $7800 + 1300 for housecall



Below are the protocols to travel back to Argentina as of the Official Bulletin published March 25th, 2021.

  • Obtain a negative PCR 72 hrs prior to travel.
  • When you land in Buenos Aires you will need to take a 2nd PCR in the airport.
  • If your PCR test is positive, you will need to quarantine for 7-14 days in a government assigned hotel.  You will be responsible for all costs associated with your stay in quarantine.
  • If your PCR is negative, you will need to quarantine in your home for 7 additional days, being able to go out as of day 8 of your arrival and 2nd PCR test.
  • At the end of your quarantine you will need to get a 3rd PCR test to confirm that you can circulate freely.


Things to consider:

  • Commercial airlines will be allowed to enter and may be delayed due to gradual entry protocols.
  • At this time, there is no information regarding waivers of the above mentioned protocol for those who have had the vaccine. 
  • Please remember to check our COVID-19 information section on the website regularly to review updates, as well as local government websites. 
  • Please remember to check quarantine needs and travel restrictions for your country of destination.  Please make sure to plan for these needs well in advance. 

Expected Return Dates

As previously communicated, we expect all faculty to be available to work on campus on August 2nd. Those who travel must plan for sufficient time for quarantine upon returning from abroad so that you are able to work on campus on August 2nd. (This means returning to BA no later than July 26.) Unfortunately, at this time, we do not know if and when the government will allow schools to open in August so we ask that you remain open and flexible, and that you keep in contact with your supervisor over the June/July break regarding any possible changes. 


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