Uruguay considering allowing entry to tourists immunized against Covid-19

Uruguay's summer season has been strongly impacted by the measure to close borders due to Covid-19, as its tourism industry is largely dependent on visitors from Argentina and Brazil.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Uruguay is studying the option of allowing entry to tourists who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 or have had the disease and are now immune.

This was confirmed by the Uruguayan Minister of Tourism, Germán Cardoso, in statements to the press, where he said that he himself had proposed this option in the last cabinet meeting.

"It is under consideration by the scientific experts of the GACH (Honorary Scientific Advisory Group) and the Ministry of Public Health to reach a decision," said Cardoso.

In this respect, he emphasized that "surely" the so-called health . . .

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