Brazil should be excluded from Europe’s tourist reopening under proposed rules

Travel from Brazil to Europe should be left out of the EU's new reopening rules for tourists, announced on Monday, May 3rd because of the high number of new daily cases per 100,000 inhabitants.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The European bloc is considering allowing travelers from countries where the pandemic is under control, where there are no variants and who have taken two doses of a vaccine approved by the European Union (EU) or the World Health Organization (WHO).

Travel from Brazil to Europe should be left out of the new reopening rules for tourists that were announced on Monday, May 3rd, by the European Commission.

The proposal forwarded to the European Council - which comprises governments of the bloc's member countries - applies to entry into the Schengen area, for free transit within the . . .

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