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Brazil suspends the mandatory use of masks in airplanes and airports

The collegiate meeting of Anvisa decided, on the morning of Wednesday (1), to suspend the mandatory use of masks in airplanes and airports.

According to the agency's director, Alex Machado Campos, the decision was made after the end of the holiday season and Carnival, which increased movement in the country's terminals.

"Parallel to this, the decision also coincides with the beginning of the bivalent vaccination, which we another field of security and action to manage this risk."

"The risk continues, but I ask that the sound warnings on the aircraft remain, especially for the immunocompromised public, for the . . .

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