Brazil clears travellers from the UK, South Africa and India to enter the country

Reuters BRASILIA | Updated on October 07, 2021

There's no necessity to show vaccination proof, and travellers will only need to establish a negative test for the coronavirus.

Brazil has lifted a restriction that blocked people coming from the United Kingdom, South Africa and India from entering the country due to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a decision published in the country's official gazette late on Tuesday.

The South American country said the measure applies to travellers arriving by air. They will only need to show a negative test for the coronavirus, which means vaccination proof is not required.

According to Brazil's government, foreigners coming by land will still be prevented from entering the country.

Published on October 07, 2021

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