The Chamber of Tourism of Uruguay proposed to create a health passport for tourists who enter the country during the summer season. This plan requires tourists to take four Covid-19 screening tests: two before leaving their country of origin, and two upon arrival in Uruguay. “We are aware that not everyone could afford it, but it is a way to control and open the borders a little at a time to reactivate some sectors,” said Juan Martinez, President of the Chamber of Tourism.
The Government is interested in reopening the country in time for the summer tourism season, and at the same time maintain health safety for the country. It is therefore evaluating all possible measures.
Source: Hace Instantes