RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - From Friday, February 19th, and for 30 days, Uruguay extends the restriction on the right of assembly to curb the rise in Covid-19 cases in the country, despite the fact that in recent weeks the increase in the number of infections has slowed down.
The decree signed by president Luis Lacalle Pou and his ministers on Thursday, which extends the term of the law (60 days) passed in Parliament on December 19th and enacted two days later, can be found on the Uruguayan presidency's website.
"The legal restriction, for reasons of public health, of . . .