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How will the main services be affected by the holiday on Tuesday, July 18?

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How will the main services be affected by the holiday on Tuesday, July 18?

For this reason, the holiday cannot be run. Many schools and educational institutions will put a holiday on Monday, July 17, in order to make an extra long weekend with the 18th. Others will extend the July vacation to that week and others will teach classes only on Monday.

Is there a bus on July 18?

This holiday is one of those that affects the largest number of services. In this sense, during tuesday, urban transport will operate 35% of the service on a normal day of the line busespointed out Friday to The Observer Julio Spinetti, leader of the Association of Cooperatives and Transport Workers (Ascot).

Besides, taxis will have a similar frequency.


For his part, suburban buses will operate “with schedules similar to Sundays”transmitted Joselo Hernández, coordinator of the Metropolitan Area of ​​the Ministry of Transportation (MTOP), through his Twitter account last Friday. This means that suburban transport has a 50% lower operational with respect to the one that this service presents during weekdays.

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The malls have normal hours this Tuesday, July 18.

Are there shopping malls on July 18?

The shopping malls, meanwhile, will not change their daily operation and will open their doors at normal hours. As consulted The ObserverBoth Nuevocentro and Montevideo Shopping, Punta Carretas and Portones will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Meanwhile, Tres Cruces Shopping hours will be from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. —also in conventional hours.

Are there banks on July 18?

Besides, banks will not be open to the public during the holiday this Tuesday, as El Observador consulted the Santander, Itaú and Brou banks. In the latter case, from the public bank, they also stated that their ATMs, POS, eBrou and AppBrou “work normally”.

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