Covid-19: Paraguay removes all sanitary restrictions

As of Wednesday, February 23, there will be no more sanitary passes, limits on maximum capacity, the requirement to maintain spaces ventilated, or keep distance from other people.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Tuesday, February 22, the Government of Paraguay announced that it would lift all sanitary restrictions in force for almost two years to supposedly contain the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. However, it will maintain the requirement to wear a mask in closed places for a while.

Paraguay's Chief of Cabinet, Hernán Huttemann, announced in a press conference the decision of the Paraguayan President, Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?