Covid-19: Brazil to demand travelers show proof of vaccination as of Monday

A meeting between Ministries and the Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (ANVISA), on Sunday afternoon, December 12, established that a new decree will most likely be issued on Monday.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In an inter-ministerial meeting on Sunday (12), with the participation of  ANVISA, the government decided to comply with the Federal Supreme Court's (STF) decision making proof of vaccination compulsory to enter Brazil. The meeting had not been scheduled.

Representatives from the Chief of Staff, Ministries of Health, Justice, Public Safety, Foreign Relations, and Infrastructure, as well as ANVISA, were present at the Planalto Palace.

At the end of the meeting, a representative of the Chief of Staff briefed journalists that a new ordinance with rules for travelers entering Brazil should be published this week . . .

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