SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - The irony could not be greater. Brazil has an openly vaccine-critical president who already 2021 did not want to impose any covid requirements on tourists traveling to the country. And yet, even today, you can't enter Brazil unvaccinated and without proof of full vaccination against SARS-CoV-2.
Summer vacation is underway in the Northern Hemisphere, with thousands of tourists seeking distant getaways after two years confined at home due to Covid-19.
“We had to show vaccination cards even before we showed our passports,” says Silvio Andrade, a Brazilian living with his family . . .