RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Amid the reopening of borders, some of the preferred destinations for Brazilians, such as the United States and European Union countries, have banned the entry of tourists leaving the country.
While other nations are recording a decrease in cases of infection and deaths from coronavirus, the pandemic is not yet under control in Brazil. But this does not mean that Brazilians cannot enter other places - in most cases, the question is where the 14 days before the trip were spent.
In addition, not all borders are closed to those with Brazil as their starting point. According . . .