RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The government of Luis Lacalle Pou in Uruguay estimates that in June it will be able to implement the vaccine passport - key for the tourist sector to reactivate flights that existed before the pandemic -, as it considers the vaccination pace in the country appropriate, where 30% of the population has been administered at least one dose of anti-covid vaccines.
Undersecretary of the Uruguayan Ministry of Tourism Remo Monzeglio told newspaper El Observador . . .
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