Brazilians are world’s 2nd-most rejected tourists; see which countries apply restrictions

South Africa is ahead of Brazil, and next in line is the United Kingdom. These three countries have detected high-risk mutations of the novel coronavirus.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil has become the top global center of new Covid-19 deaths, and Brazilians rank 2nd among tourists facing the most restrictions at airports abroad, behind only South Africans.

Brazilians are faced with harsh obstacles in 116 countries or territories, according to a survey based on data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and Skyscanner, (an online airline ticket purchasing company).

South Africa is ahead of Brazil (with 119 locations imposing severe restrictions), and next in line is the United Kingdom, with 114. These three countries have detected high-risk mutations of the novel coronavirus . . .

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