Brazil’s Bolsonaro: Travelers from Argentina to Brazil may be quarantined for 4 days

The Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (ANVISA) has stated its position in favor of the vaccine passport requirement, while Bolsonaro said he is against it.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Asked about measures to be taken in Brazil to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus strain in the country, President Jair Bolsonaro said he does not have the power to decide and said he discussed a potential mandatory quarantine for Argentines who travel to Brazil by plane.

"We must be prepared. Brazil cannot stand a new lockdown. There is no point in panicking. I spoke with Admiral Barra (Torres) at ANVISA, I spoke with Ciro (Nogueira), of the Chief of Staff, about Argentina," he said.

"Anyone traveling from Argentina by car to Brazil, no problem . . .

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