SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – With the coronavirus epidemic spreading quickly around the world, several countries closed their borders and declared quarantine to prevent the transmission of the disease. This meant that thousands of travelers were left stranded on foreign shores, including Brazilians.
To try to answer some of the heartbreaking pleas from stranded Brazilians, the country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Anac (National Civil Aviation Agency) made available on Sunday (March 22nd) forms for Brazilians who are abroad during the crisis.
The registration will serve as a basis for Brazilian authorities to get a better picture of how many . . .