RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In Uruguay, wearing face masks in public spaces and on public streets is no longer mandatory. This was announced by the Ministry of Public Health in an official communiqué.
"In public streets and open spaces, wearing a face mask is not required unless it is an organized event. In busy or crowded places, such as neighborhood festivals, outdoor shopping trips, etc., its use is recommended but not required," it added.
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