The National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa) revoked two previous resolutions, from September to November 2022, which required passengers to present proof of vaccination against Covid-19 or a negative test to board cruise ships.
With the decision made by the Joint Board of Directors on Wednesday 10, shipping companies are no longer obliged to require these documents from passengers but may continue to do so if they prefer.
At the time, Anvisa said, the restrictions were imposed to allow the resumption of cruise ship activities in Brazil.
"However, at that time, the context was still one of many uncertainties about . . .
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