Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro defines protocols for the cruise travel season

Tourists will have to submit RT-PCR testing up to 72 hours before boarding, or 24 hours in case of antigen tests, and fill out the Traveler's Declaration on health status. They will also be required to provide proof of a complete vaccination scheme, with more than 14 days since the last dose was applied.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With the arrival of the cruise season, which will start on November 5th in Rio, the Brazilian sanitary requirements to travel on the ships with more safety are changing. At the beginning of the pandemic, these ships became centers of coronavirus transmission.

Now, tourists will have to submit RT-PCR testing up to 72 hours before boarding, or 24 hours in case of antigen tests, and fill out the Traveler's Declaration on health status. They will also be required to provide proof of a complete vaccination scheme, with more than 14 days since the last . . .

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