Border Guards Detain Nationals Entering Portugal from Brazil with Forged Negative Covid Tests

The six, aged between 28 and 32, have now been subjected to official PCR tests – for which they had to pay around €100 (R$662) – and are in isolation in their homes, pending results.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - SEF borders agency inspectors have detained six nationals attempting to enter Portugal on a flight from Brazil carrying forged negative tests for Covid-19.

The six, aged between 28 and 32, have now been subjected to official PCR tests – for which they had to pay around €100 (R$662) – and are in isolation in their homes, pending results.

If any of the six tests prove positive, there could be additional charges of ‘propagating an infectious disease’. For now, the six face being charged with the crime of falsification of an official document.

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