Coronavirus & UruguayWhat you need to know to stay safe
Cases increased dramatically in March —compared to what we’d seen until now. Guru’Guay gives you an overview from the ground of what’s happening in Uruguay.
Vaccinations for COVID-19 are underway in Uruguay. Struggling to sign up for yours? Here’s what you need to know to schedule your shot with minimum stress.
If you’re lucky enough to be eligible to travel to Uruguay, here’s what you need to know about current travel requirements/restrictions due to coronavirus.
While the borders remain closed to non-citizens and residents, there is a legal way to get in to Uruguay. Studying Spanish. And it can take just 5-7 days.
Are you trying to travel to Uruguay right now? Find out what the current entry requirements are and if you meet them. UPDATED.
Uruguay to begin a mass vaccination plan against Covid-19 in March. Which vaccines are being used and who will receive them first?
Borders are still closed–with exceptions–to inbound travel as Uruguay continues to work to keep coronavirus numbers in check.
From 20 cases a day in March, to 0 cases in June, for the first time after 9 months of pandemic there are 400+ new coronavirus cases per day in Uruguay. What’s the plan moving forward?
A collection of the latest information on flights and flying to Uruguay. Read our update regarding opening the borders to travelers.
An indepth summary of Uruguay’s response to COVID-19 from March to November 2020, when coronavirus cases were at their lowest. Exemplary pandemic response.
The coronavirus pandemic trapped them in a country they did not know, yet they adopted Uruguay as their refuge. Where are these travellers a year later?
The coronavirus pandemic trapped them in a country they did not know, yet they adopted it as their refuge. Where are these travellers a year later?
This San Franciscan photographer runs a Uruguay/US creative arts institute. “There’s not a day that I don’t think, I’m the luckiest person in the world.”
Finding herself stranded in Uruguay on a biking holiday, Kate Chernysheva couldn’t believe her eyes as she rode into tiny San Javier. Find out why.
When the Clipper Round the World race was called off, Spaniard Clara Carrington followed her heart 11,000 miles to Uruguay, making it as the borders closed.
When Chris locked his New York City apt door in Dec 2019, he never imagined he’d be moving out of it, in a pandemic, via WhatsApp and from Montevideo.
Fearful after hearing scary stories from elsewhere in Latin America, this adventure motorcycle couple’s experience in Uruguay couldn’t have been better.
This South African has had a crash-course on life in Uruguay–and healthcare–after finding herself stuck here on her ‘baby moon’ during COVID-19.
Kris and Ryan from Oakland, California’s round-the-world trip came to an abrupt stop as they found themselves stuck in Uruguay. But they have no regrets.