Uruguayan Travel Agencies Propose “Early Quarantine” to Host European Tourists

Sector representatives are currently preparing plans for a gradual reopening of tourist activity, which has already been announced by the Ministry of Tourism, although no dates have been set.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Association of Travel Agencies of Uruguay (AUDAVI) will propose to the Ministry of Tourism that tourists from the European Union (EU) coming to the country could undergo an "early quarantine monitored by a laboratory".

This was explained to Efe on Saturday by the AUDAVI chairman, Carlos Pera, who said that the plan is for tourists to undergo at least two swabs that test negative for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. One of these would be performed seven to eight days before leaving for Uruguay, while the other would be taken immediately before the trip or . . .

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