Uruguay’s Minister of Tourism, Germán Cardoso, announced on Tuesday that Uruguay will reopen borders for tourism to European Union citizens. This decision was made after the resumption operations between Madrid and Montevideo in July have worked positively.
According to Hosteltur, Uruguay’s borders were opened to its citizens residing abroad, foreigners with residence or anyone who demonstrates economic interests in the country, excepting for tourist purposes.
The announcement is in line with the government’s stance to reopen borders with the policy “healthy point to healthy point.” The minister said at a press conference that opening routes with any country in the region is not being analyzed at this time.
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