RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Walking through the streets of Brazil, you realize that, in people's minds, the pandemic in Latin America's largest country is over.
Bars, beaches, parties full of crowds of all kinds. The vast majority of people are without protective masks. Even the vaccination passport is not required in practice in most places, although it is mandatory in some states and cities. More on this below.
Covid-19 is being dealt with in Brazil in a tangle of laws and regulations at the federal, state, and local levels. President Jair Bolsonaro announced last week that, in . . .