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Brazil and Uruguay no longer require PCR test for vaccinated visitors

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian government decided on Saturday to no longer require the negative result of a 72-hour antiviral test when entering the country, but only to validate the vaccination certificate.

A resolution of the Ministries of Interior, Health, Justice, and Infrastructure, published Friday evening in the Official Gazette, states that from this Saturday, the valid document for entry into Brazil will be the printed or digital certificate of a complete vaccination cycle of more than 14 days.

The traveler's health declaration, previously required by airlines before boarding a plane to Brazil, will no longer be . . .

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