What are the services affected in the Tourism Week?

What are the services affected in the Tourism Week?

The public offices of the country informed the special hours of attention for the coming week.

Monday begins the Tourism Week in Uruguay and, as usual, some services and offices will work with special hours for customer service.

In the case of SBI, its commercial offices throughout the country will work from Monday to Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. However, operational and commercial claims can be made 24 hours a day, through 0800 1871 or *1871, as reported oops.press.

Face-to-face attention in the offices of joint venture It will also work from Monday to Wednesday in Montevideo, while in the interior of the country some offices will work the same days, and others only Monday and Tuesday. In any case, the electricity company clarifies that the remote management They will be received 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Similarly, the offices of before They will work from Monday to Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the capitals of the interior of the country, Piriápolis, Pando, Atlántida, Chuy, La Paloma, and Montevideo Shopping SMEs. In addition, those stores that are in the country’s shopping malls, and in the Montevideo Agricultural Market. The only place that will have regular hours will be the Carrasco International Airport, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The rest of the service channels will also be available, through the telephone, web and social networks.

Paid parking and public transport

In addition to the aforementioned offices, the Municipality of Montevideo (IM) also communicated that the parking in the zone charged for the area Center, Cordon and Old City It will be free during Thursday 6 and Friday 7 April. The rest of the week the paid parking will work as normal, so the usual controls will be carried out.

On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the suburban buses will maintain the schedules of a Saturday, while Thursday, Friday and Saturday, they will have the schedules of Sunday, confirmed to Underlined Joselo Hernandez, coordinator of Metropolitan Area of ​​the Ministry of Transport and Public Works (MTOP).

Source: Ambito

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