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Uruguay has 520 new confirmed cases of COVID-19. The government announced new pandemic prevention regulations.

△In the middle is Uruguayan President Lacale Pou (Image source: Uruguayan presidential palace website)

December 18, local time, the Ministry of Health of Uruguay announced that in the past 24 hours, there have been 520 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, with a total of 1,1950 confirmed cases; 4 new deaths, with a total of 109 deaths; 7,699 cured cases and 4,142 cases, including severe cases. 44 patients.

In view of the recent increase in the number of new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ukraine in a single day, President Lacalle Poou recently announced a series of new measures, including restricting the entry of people from December 21 this year to January 10 next year, and Uruguayan residents and freighters who have purchased tickets before December 16.

Members will not be affected; the number of people per festival shall not exceed 10; the number of customers in the gym shall not exceed 30% of the full staff, and the fitness time shall be limited to less than one hour; the number of passengers carried by inter-provincial passengers shall not exceed 50%; all public performances shall be cancelled; civil servants will continue to work remotely and will be negotiated with the trade union.

Pre-leave; call for private sector to telecommuting; impose fines on those who do not wear masks as required.

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