Uruguay aims to have its entire population connected by 2025

Health, education and work, to mention three central vectors of human life, were linked to the possibility of development in virtual scenarios and, in this respect, Uruguay is a good example.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Thinking about life in pre-pandemic times is difficult, but what is certain is that the global health scenario has revealed the successes and failures of countries in their commitment to digital transformation.

Health, education and work, to mention three central vectors of human life, were linked to the possibility of development in virtual scenarios and, in this respect, Uruguay is a good example.

With respect to the digitalization of its administration, "the little country," as it is known by its 3.5 million inhabitants, has had positive experiences pointing to the future; delving deeper into . . .

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