Uruguay prepares to implement vaccine passport in June for “gradual opening” of international flights

The Ministry of Tourism of Lacalle Pou's government evaluated the rate of vaccination in the country and estimated that in 2 months a greater air connectivity with other countries with similar levels of inoculation against Covid-19 could be authorized.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The government of Luis Lacalle Pou in Uruguay estimates that in June it will be able to implement the vaccine passport - key for the tourist sector to reactivate flights that existed before the pandemic -, as it considers the vaccination pace in the country appropriate, where 30% of the population has been administered at least one dose of anti-covid vaccines.

Undersecretary of the Uruguayan Ministry of Tourism Remo Monzeglio told newspaper El Observador that . . .

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