Brazilian residents face the second-most restrictions on entry abroad during the pandemic

Among 150 countries analyzed, 25 have placed specific restrictions on people coming from the United Kingdom, 17 on those from Brazil or South Africa.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Citizens and residents of the United Kingdom, Brazil, and South Africa are facing the most restrictions on entering other countries because of the Covid pandemic, according to a survey conducted by Folha de S.Paulo newspaper based on data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

Among 150 countries analyzed, 25 have placed specific restrictions on people from the United Kingdom, 17 on Brazil, and 17 on South Africa.

The total considers places that have banned entry of passengers who have been in these countries before traveling or have banned flights coming from them, and only . . .

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