RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "We are assessing the amount of vaccines available and to be delivered before the end of the year in order to analyze the feasibility of offering the third dose," the Uruguayan Deputy Minister said.
Monzeglio explained that "the aim would be to ensure that the elderly visiting Uruguay should have the same opportunities as residents."
The Deputy Minister welcomed the news of the reopening of borders from November 1 and provided details regarding the requirements to enter the country.
"People can enter with any type of vaccine for more than 14 days and with a PCR . . .