Covid-19: São Paulo City Hall urges federal government to demand vaccination passports from foreigners

The federal government does not require tourists to carry a vaccine passport to enter Brazil, as is the case in much of the rest of the world.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The São Paulo City Hall announced that it has sent a letter to the Ministry of Health and the Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (ANVISA) requesting the enforcement of the vaccine passport requirement for foreigners entering Brazil.

The letter, sent Tuesday, November 23, was signed by Municipal Health Secretary Edson Aparecido, and aims to maintain control of the pandemic in the city of São Paulo, in addition to containing the infection rate indexes of the disease.

The City Hall reported that ANVISA and the Ministry of Health have acknowledged receipt of the document.

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