RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's Health Minister, Marcelo Queiroga, said on Thursday (02) that requiring proof of vaccination for entry into the country is a complex decision that should be taken by all ministries involved with the issue. Queiroga also signaled that he is against resuming circulation restrictions.
"This is a sensitive issue that involves health issues, but also involves other issues, such as the right of people to move freely," said the minister during a meeting about the Omicron variant of the coronavirus.
The National Health Regulator (Anvisa) and the Federal Audit Court (TCU) have already recommended the . . .