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After nineteen long months, totally closed to regular travelers, Uruguay finally opens its borders from November 1. We share the regulations as announced on October 28.

Uruguay travel entry requirements

Who can enter?

Uruguay is allowing entry for the following travellers:

1. People showing proof of vaccination in the last nine months prior to arrival. Accepted vaccines include Coronavac and Sputnik as well as those available in the EU and elsewhere.

2. People who show proof of having had Covid-19 a minimum of 20 days or a maximum of 90 days prior to embarkation. Proof can be a positive PCR or antigen test.

3. The under-18s, vaccinated or unvaccinated.

The good news: New arrivals will not need to quarantine.

4. Unvaccinated travellers can apply for a permit to travel <– NEW

 

Other travel requirements

Arrivals must:

  • show proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of embarkation
  • take a further PCR test seven days after arrival. There are a number of companies that offer this service. We’ll provide more details shortly
  • provide a sworn statement up to 48 hours prior to embarkation confirming the absence of symptoms and contact with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 cases in the 14 days prior to admission. Complete the form <– UPDATED, NOW IN ENGLISH
  • have health insurance.

The latest on the pandemic in Uruguay

27 November 2021, Montevideo Reasonable news continues to come out of Uruguay. We are down to between 100-300 cases per day for the last five or so months and very very few deaths.

Seventy-five per cent of the population is fully vaccinated and 39% already have a third shot. Eighty-five percent of 12-19 years olds are also vaccinated.

We keep this page on Uruguay & the pandemic updated whenever there's significant news

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Which vaccines are being given

Guru’Guay provides this information as a public service. Sources: Government decree, Ministry of Health and El ObservadorWe are not an official channel. Please check with official sources before travel. 

This page was published on October 29 2021 and last updated at the date above

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