RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The São Paulo government filed a petition in the Federal Supreme Court (STF) on Friday, December 10, to demand that a vaccine passport be required for foreigners entering Brazil through the state.
The Brazilian health regulatory agency (ANVISA) recommended the measure nationally, but President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) and Minister of Justice and Public Safety Anderson Torres have opposed it.
According to the state government, the state Prosecutor General's Office (PGE) has asked that the request be included in the lawsuit on the matter filed by the Rede Sustentabilidade political party in late November. The . . .