Paraguay Approves Protocol for Controlled Border Opening with Brazil

The measure was announced during the week in which business leaders of Ciudad del Este, capital of the department of Alto Paraná, plan to protest.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Monday, the Paraguayan government approved the health protocol for a future controlled reopening of its land border with Brazil, with the aim of reactivating trade between the two countries after six months of total isolation to contain the coronavirus.

The measure was announced during the week in which traders from Ciudad del Este, capital of the department of Alto Paraná, plan to protest calling for the total opening of the . . .

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