As of September 1, the government determined that foreigners who can prove that they own real estate in Uruguay, with their relatives up to the second degree and presenting vaccination certificates, may enter the country.
For this purpose, they must submit a notarized certification issued by a Notary Public authorized in our country or a sworn statement (article 239 of the Penal Code) showing that they are the owners and holders of corporate shares or shares of legal entities and the beneficial owners of real estate located in the country.
In addition, a negative PCR test for COVID-19 is requested, which must be repeated on the seventh day of your stay in Uruguay. In both cases, the cost of the study is paid by the foreigner.
When entering border crossings you must arrive with a QR Code issued by the Presidency of the Republic.
The decree also indicates that among the certificates to be presented, the vaccination certificate will also be requested, either for a single dose or two doses, depending on the type of laboratory that has given the vaccines approved in the country of origin.
The immunization must have taken place within the last six months prior to embarkation or arrival in the country and the respective waiting periods to achieve effective immunity must have been complied with," the decree adds.
In the case of families arriving with children under 18 years of age as part of the family nucleus who are not immunized, they must comply with the isolation determined by the health regulations together with their family, as established by the Presidential regulation.