Country open to Russians will introduce quarantine for unvaccinated tourists

TASS: Brazilian authorities will introduce a five-day quarantine for unvaccinated foreign tourists

open to Russians, a five-day quarantine will be introduced for unvaccinated foreign tourists. This is reported by TASS.

According to the head of the Ministry of Health of the Republic, Marcelo Keiroga, the decision was made due to the potential stress on the healthcare system that may arise from the new strain of COVID-19. He clarified that on the fifth day of isolation, travelers must pass a PCR test – in case of a negative result, they will be allowed to move freely around the country.

It is noted that a day earlier, the Brazilian Federal Supreme Court gave the government two days to make a decision on the introduction of compulsory vaccination for all foreigners arriving in the country. The National Sanitary Inspection Agency (Anvisa) urged the authorities to recognize only those drugs that are approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) or the regulator itself.

Earlier, on December 1, Russia resumed flights with Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, Costa -Rica and Mongolia. You can now fly to Brazil twice a week on the Moscow – Rio de Janeiro route.



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