RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Data from Paraguay's Tourism Secretariat (SENATUR) show that 4,648 international visitors entered the country in July, only 2,000 more than in April. Impacted by its neighbors' restrictions, arrivals increased in high percentages but in very low volumes, while connectivity has not yet recovered.
Through a press release, SENATUR celebrated that the country has registered its third consecutive month of international arrivals in July. And, in that respect, it states that this achievement is the result of the increase in vaccination rates and a relaxation of restrictions at a global level.
However, although this . . .
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