Brazil’s Senate may pass National Immunization Passport bill, other measures

The bill provides that the passport may be used to authorize access to public places and events, use public transportation, and assure access to hotels, cruises, parks and nature reserves.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Wednesday, May 19, the full Senate is expected to vote on a bill creating the National Immunization and Health Security Passport (PSS).

The document may be used by federal authorities to suspend or relax measures restricting people's mobility or access to services or places, both public and private, that have been implemented with the goal of limiting the spread of a disease causing an outbreak or pandemic.

The bill provides that the passport may be used to authorize access to public places and events, use public transportation, and assure access to hotels, cruises, parks . . .

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