Taxis, airports, schools, hospitals, banks, ports, shops and bars are expected to close, as well as potentially supermarkets. The biggest impact, however, will be a complete shutdown of public transport, with no train, subway or bus services.
Aviation unions are also adhering to the strike. On Sunday, state-run airline Aerolíneas Argentinas confirmed it was reprogramming all flights otherwise scheduled for Tuesday.
The airline reported that in order "to avoid further complications" it would bring forward flight to 20.00 and 24.00 Monday (today). Passengers can also request full refunds, the carrier confirmed.