Vaccine Passport: Brazil’s regulator conducting a sampling approach at airports

In practice, not all passengers are required to show proof of vaccination upon reaching Brazil.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - To monitor the requirement of proof of vaccination against Covid-19 for travelers entering the country, the Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (ANVISA) on Tuesday, December 14, said it uses data from the Traveler's Health Declaration (DSV), to analyze the flights and travelers of greatest concern, and conducts a screening of passengers at airports.

In practice, not all passengers are required to show proof of vaccination upon reaching Brazil.

"To implement this requirement (proof of vaccination), the Agency uses data from the Traveler's Health Declaration (DSV), which allows airport teams to conduct a targeted analysis . . .

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