The Central Bank of Uruguay has put the new UYU 20 and UYU 50 banknotes into circulation.

According to the bank, the new banknotes are more durable than current notes in circulation and incorporate new security elements.

The bank says the notes are made of polymer substrate and where put intro circulation over the weekend.

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