RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Uruguay will vaccinate migrants, and asylum seekers against Covid-19, the country's Ministry of Public Health (MSP) announced on Tuesday, June 22.
In a statement released today, the ministry informed that those people who are in Uruguayan territory "for a period of more than 90 days (the limit established for tourists) and have not previously initiated a residency procedure" will be able to register for the vaccine.
As the note also points out, "the approval of this request does not imply the immediate allocation of a quota with date and time for a vaccinator, but . . .
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