Andreas Pereira and Willian, signed by Flamengo and Corinthians respectively, are not the only players who have recently moved from England to Brazil. Another red-black reinforcement is Kennedy, which landed on Brazilian soil in late August. After all, does he have to quarantine? Can you already play for the club?
Blog got in touch with Anvisa, who ruled Willian out of the Atlético Goiennes-Corinthian match, but didn’t stop Andreas from facing Palmeiras for Flamengo as he was already in the country for more than 14 days. According to the National Health Monitoring Agency, he could face appropriate penalties, such as a fine of at least R$ 2 thousand, with the case being able to end up in civil and criminal areas.
“Player Robert Kennedy Nunes do Nascimento entered Brazil on 27 August and filled out the Traveler’s Health Declaration (DSV). When evaluating the document, Envisa confirmed an omission of information about his place of origin, which was a sanitary And may represent an irregularity from both. The migrant point of view,” replied Anvisa.
The autocracy attached to the Ministry of Health states that “In view of this fact, Anvisa is investigating any irregularities through the establishment of a sanitary administrative proceeding. In addition, the Federal Police is also informed to adopt appropriate measures.” was given”.
Brazilians, born or naturalized, “with a history or history of passage through the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Republic of South Africa and the Republic of India in the last 14 days, upon entry into the territory of Brazil, must remain in quarantine Fourteen days”, affirms the regulatory agency on the basis of Ordinance 655.
Kennedy had Kovid in England, completed the quarantine period there and later came to Brazil. It is all registered, in short, Anvisa knows that he came from England and that he respected the quarantine in the United Kingdom before traveling, however, the athlete’s documents loaned by Chelsea present problems, but something like Not even that stops him from playing.