Vaccination passport: While São Paulo holds back, Rio de Janeiro gets closer to a two-tier society

Rio will demand proof of vaccination to access collective use areas, including gyms, sports clubs, museums, art galleries, theaters, and more. According to the city's schedule, proof of first or second dose administration will need to be produced.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - As of September 1, the city of Rio will demand proof of vaccination against Covid-19 for access to cinemas, gyms, stadiums and other public use venues and establishments. The new rule was published this Friday (27) in the Municipal Gazette.

Proof of vaccination will be required of the first dose, the second dose, or the single dose, depending on the individual's age and the corresponding immunization date set in the city's schedule.

Below are the venues that will demand proof of vaccination:

  • gyms, swimming pools, training and fitness centers and social . . .

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