December 3, 2021

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Rehabilitation of the health permit requirement to enter Brazil

The day before, the regulator had indicated that it had problems with the document’s electronic compliance system, and had therefore notified the airlines to suspend monitoring of the procedure.

This declaration is available on the Anvisa website and must be filled out by Brazilians or foreigners.

At the time of boarding the aircraft, the passenger is required to provide to the airline the e-mail (printed or on the screen of the device itself) certifying compliance with the document.

“Anfisa is aware that the Traveler Health Declaration system was re-established on Thursday (11/25),” reads the official memo.

It states that passengers who have boarded flights to Brazil, starting at 08:00 local time this Friday, “must comply with the verification procedures for completing the DSV, as specified in Decree 658, of October 5, 2021.”

Passengers arriving by plane in Brazil, foreigners or Brazilians, are required to submit a DSV as of December 30, 2020.

They must also test negative for Covid-19. These measures are part of the measures to contain the epidemic.

By filling out a DSV, a person who boards a flight to the South American giant, in addition to providing information on their current state of health, states that they agree to adopt the health measures put in place by national authorities during the pandemic.

According to the recommendation, visitors will be required to provide the date of their last or last dose more than 14 days before entering the country by road or air.

Vaccines approved by Anvisa or the World Health Organization must be considered valid.

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According to the agency, “the lack of a policy requiring vaccination certificates could lead to Brazil becoming one of the countries preferred by unvaccinated tourists and travelers.”

He defined this situation as “undesirable from the point of view of the danger this group poses to the Brazilian population and the unified health system”.

So far, Brazil has accumulated 613,642 deaths and 22 million 55 thousand and 238 infections with the SARS-Covid-2 virus that causes the disease Covid-19.

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