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Brazil’s São Paulo defies central government, may require vaccine passports at airports after all

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The state of São Paulo may require vaccine passports against Covid-19 as of December 16 in its airports (Guarulhos, Viracopos, and Congonhas). The measure would also be valid for the Port of Santos.

According to Governor João Doria, an avowed enemy of Jair Bolsonaro and presidential candidate for 2022, if the federal government does not adopt the passport by December 15, the airports and the port will be subject to the requirement, even though they are subordinated to the federal administration.

A letter was sent by the state government to the Ministry of . . .

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