Uruguay plans to allow entry of visitors immunized with any recognized Covid-19 vaccine

The reopening process will be conducted in three stages; in the summer months non-vaccinated people will also be allowed to enter the country.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In preparation for the reopening of the borders to boost tourism during the next summer season, the Uruguayan Ministry of Tourism announced that the first group allowed to enter the country will be property owners, and later foreigners in general who are fully inoculated with any of the vaccines against Covid-19.

Local newspaper El Observador yesterday reported that Uruguayan authorities "will allow the entry in September" of immunized property owners irrespective of the vaccine administered: "The first to enter will be property owners in Uruguay who are fully immunized with any vaccine - in other words . . .

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