Brazilian party calls on Supreme Court to demand vaccine passport for those arriving in the country

For the Sustainability Network party  (REDE), the requirement for proof of vaccination is important and urgent "to prevent Brazil from becoming a popular destination for unvaccinated tourists and travelers." It was not explained why Brazil should not be a destination for the unvaccinated.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Sustainability Network party  (REDE) filed a lawsuit in the Supreme Court asking the federal government to adopt the measures recommended by the National Health Regulator (Anvisa) for people entering the country, with the requirement to present proof of vaccination or mandatory quarantine.

The case was forwarded to the reporting judge and Bolsonaro arch-enemy Luís Roberto Barroso. The original petition was presented to the court on Friday, 6.

A few days ago, Brazil's tourism minister, Gilson Machado, when asked if the government would require vaccination certificates from foreign tourists seeking to enter the . . .

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