As the epidemic situation worsens in Brazil – the current moving average is 3 thousand deaths per day – more and more countries are increasing restrictions on the entry of Brazilians.
The most recent to extend the sanctions was France, which announced on Tuesday (13) that it would suspend all flights between the two countries with no resuscitation date.
French Prime Minister Jean Castex said, “We realized that the situation was getting worse and we decided to postpone all flights until further notice.”
Currently only eight countries have minor restrictions or no restrictions on the entry of Brazilians: Mexico, Afghanistan, Central African Republic, Albania, Costa Rica, Nauru and Tonga.
According to a survey by Skyscanner Travel website, the entry of people from Brazil is banned in other 217 countries. 114 of these countries have strong sanctions – the most sought after destination by Brazilians in 2019, such as the United States, Argentina, Chile, France, the United Kingdom and Italy.
Understand restrictions and authorizations.
Where can Brazilians go in the epidemic?
Afghanistan, Central African Republic, Albania, Costa Rica, Nauru, and Tonga do not require quarantine for arrivals from Brazil, but medical exams or other minor requirements may be necessary.
For example, Costa Rica is required to come from Brazil and not be a citizen of Costa Rica, which has travel insurance cover for treatment and accommodation in case of infection. Coronavirus.
Mexico does not currently require testing or quarantine – but that may change, as the country has seen a dizzying increase in cases and is currently third, behind only the United States and Brazil, with the most deaths from Kovid.
In Central African Republic, according to government information, passengers may be subjected to medical examinations upon arrival.
To enter Nauru, Brazilians must have a negative Kovid-19 test and have spent the last 14 days in Australia. This is only possible, however, for those who were already in the country, as Australia is one of the countries whose borders are closed.
The states of Afghanistan, Albania, North Macedonia and Tonga are unrestricted.
Some countries imposed more lenient restrictions on entry of passengers from Brazil, as required by negative results in the Kovid-19 examination. This is the case of Maldives, South Africa, Montenegro and Egypt.
However, Thailand requires a visa and quarantine. Cuba allows entry, but may require a check-in on passengers’ arrival and health fees.
Where can Brazilians not go into the epidemic?
People in Brazil or Brazil face strong or moderate restrictions to travel to most countries of the world, including our neighbors in South America.
Direct flights from Brazil are suspended for Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Suriname and Argentina. Chile and Uruguay have not suspended flights from Brazil, but only local citizens or their close relatives can enter.
Bolivia, Paraguay and Ecuador did not ban entry, but a moderate ban like negative is required Coronavirus And quarantine upon arrival.
In the United States, people living in Brazil are not allowed in the last 14 days.
But there are exceptions, such as US citizens, permanent residents of the country, parents of Americans under the age of 21, husbands of Americans, travelers on special visas, and people on US government invitations. In such cases, the Kovid-19 tests require a negative result.
In the UK, the rules are the same. Those who have come or visited Brazil in the last 10 days unless they are not allowed to be British, Irish citizens or permanent residency in the United Kingdom. In such cases, 10-day quarantine and coronovirus negative tests are required
For all 27 countries of the European Union? Are you a favorite destination for Brazilians like Portugal, Spain, France, Italy and Germany? Brazilians are not allowed to enter.
Exceptions have been made for Brazilians who have dual European nationality or who are legal residents in those countries.
Passengers in transit and those traveling for the purpose of study are also allowed to enter.
The same applies to “health and elderly care professionals and health researchers”. The exemption from the veto is also for “travelers traveling for family reasons” and “highly qualified workers from third countries if their work is financially necessary and cannot be postponed or performed abroad”.
Countries like Japan, Australia and India also do not allow the entry of Brazilians or Brazilian people, unless they are national citizens or permanent residents. In such cases, a visa and quarantine are required.
In China, foreigners may also be barred from entry on permanent visas.