RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In an extraordinary edition of the Federal Gazette published on Tuesday night, October 5, Brazil took a further step in the relaxation of restrictions on the entry of foreigners by air, who will still be required to present a negative test - antigen or PCR - for Covid-19, but no proof of vaccination.
Flights from the United Kingdom had been suspended since last December, except for specific cases, as a consequence of the emergence of the Alpha variant in that country.
The same measure was taken in January for South Africa and in May for India, countries . . .