translated from Spanish: Uruguay will enable from September 1 the entry of foreign owners

Uruguay will open its borders from next Wednesday to foreigners who have properties in the country, who will be able to enter with relatives up to the second degree, but all with a certificate of vaccination against Covid-19 and a negative PCR test. The novelty and conditions are contained in a decree of the Presidency that, according to the newspapers El País and La República, will be communicated in the coming hours to the border posts. The text signed by the president of Uruguay, Luis Lacalle Pou, allows “owners and holders of social participation or shares of legal entities and final beneficiaries of real estate” in Uruguayan territory, who can prove to be owners.

“Those who enter the country covered by this new exceptionality must present a negative PCR test to Covid-19, and on the seventh day of their stay in Uruguay accredit a new negative test. In both cases, the cost of the study is borne by the foreigner,” the text states.
In addition, when entering the country, at border crossings foreign residents will be given a form in which they must detail their data and prove the property they own. In addition, they must present the vaccination certificate, either single dose or two doses.
This immunization must have been “within the last six months prior to embarkation or arrival in the country and met the respective waiting periods to achieve effective immunity,” the decree adds.
On the other hand, Uruguay will enable from November 1 the entry of all foreigners with the full doses of vaccines against Covid-19.

Original source in Spanish

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