Argentine tourist stranded in Miami He died yesterday when he fell from the 14th floor of a tower located in Sunny Isles. Researchers seek to determine the causes of the event and analyze two hypotheses.
The 48-year-old went yesterday to Miami International Airport to return to Argentina, but as a result of recent restrictions on the number of people who can enter the country per day, They told him he couldn’t get on the plane. For this reason, he returned to the apartment where he was staying with his wife and children, on the fourteenth floor of one of the Ocean Reserve towers, located at 19370 Collins Street.
around 7 p.m. (local time), She fell from the balcony of the apartment for reasons that are still unknown Moments later he died.
At this time, the local police are investigating the reasons why the man fell from the balcony. It is based on two hypotheses: It collapsed and fell or fell on its own.
Infobae Find out that man He did not ask for help from the consulate after the complications to return to the country. Due to the alarm caused by the spread of the delta strain of the Corona virus, as of last Monday, only 600 passengers per day can enter Argentina from abroad by air, which is equivalent to only two full planes.
Restriction, part of the DNU that has expanded restrictions due to the pandemic, It will stay at least until July 9th. In addition, flights from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Chile, Brazil, India, African countries and Turkey continue to be suspended.
Those who return from abroad between July 1 and August 31 are obligated to self-isolate at places designated by the provincial governments and CABA, for a period of 10 days of testing performed in the country of origin,” was another measure taken by the national government, as well as that “Accommodation in isolation places is at the expense of the passenger“.
In this sense, the Chief of the Buenos Aires Provincial Office, Carlos BiancoThis Tuesday, it was announced that all Buenos Aires residents returning from abroad Compulsory isolation in hotels Accommodation will be at the expense of the passengers themselves.
in the last year, Several airlines that fly regularly to Argentina have decided to temporarily or permanently suspend their operations. The reasons range from operating restrictions, with flight schedules agreed biweekly or monthly, a few days in advance, to outright cancellation of routes to certain countries, as has happened with the UK or with destinations in Africa.
While these are temporary suspensions, not all companies have confirmed return dates. And in the sector, they estimated that in the face of the biggest restrictions – this week, the entry quota for foreign passengers was limited from 2,000 to 600 per day – Other companies can stop traveling to the country.
Before the pandemic – in February 2020 – there were approximately 155 international landings per day across the country; While it will have three daily landings, Approximately 2% of the above.