With more than 80% of the Brazilian population vaccinated, the municipality of Rio de Janeiro decrees that the use of masks in public and closed places is not mandatory.

As determined by Interministerial Ordinance No. 670, of April 1, 2022, the entry into Brazil, by air, of the traveler of international origin, Brazilian or foreign, is authorized, provided that he presents to the airline responsible for the flight, before boarding, proof of of vaccination, printed or electronic.

A complete course of primary vaccination at least 14 (fourteen) days before the departure date is considered fully vaccinated, provided that:
I - immunizers approved by Anvisa, the World Health Organization or the authorities of the country where the traveler was immunized are used; and
II - the vaccination certificates contain, at least, the name of the traveler and the following vaccine data:
a) trade name or manufacturer's name; b) number(s) of the lot(s) of the applied dose(s); c) date(s) of application of the dose(s).

Vaccination vouchers in which the data provided above are available exclusively in QR-CODE format or in any other coded language will not be accepted. Sars-Cov-2 (covid-19) recovery certificates will not be accepted in lieu of proof of complete vaccination.

According to Informative Note nº 6/2022-SECOVID/GAB/SECOVID/MS, of February 18, 2022, published by the Ministry of Health, Brazilians and foreigners traveling can present proof of vaccination depending on the age of the airline with 12 years or more old.

Doubts about the request and requirement of proof of vaccination, consult the Anvisa electronic form.

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It is important that participants are informed in a clear and simple way about the new protocols implemented in transport, tourist spots, visitation centers, shows and other similar places.

We confirm that the main partners, such as airports, carriers, have the same hygiene and safety protocols in force.

We resumed operations, ensuring that we will achieve operational excellence in the “new Normal” and we have a team trained to prepare and execute operational plans.

Visits and events in Brazil are subject to the protocol regulated by the Ministry of Tourism and Ministry of Health.

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