Brazil lifts vaccine certificate requirement for travelers arriving by air

The Brazilian government continues lifting restrictions on the entry of foreign tourists, and has published an official resolution exempting travelers from presenting Covid-19 vaccine certificates.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the regulation, visitors wishing to enter the country need only present a negative test, issued by an authorized laboratory.

The entry ban was also lifted for passengers whose flights originate in the United Kingdom, South Africa and India, previously considered high risk due to the outbreak of various coronavirus strains that originated in those countries.

Travel by air is conditional upon the presentation of a negative antigen test result (performed up to 24 hours prior to boarding) or PCR test performed within the previous 72 hours. Passengers must attach a health declaration to the . . .

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