Brazil cannot be used for anti-vaccine tourism, Anvisa. says the director of

Brazil cannot be used for anti-vaccine tourism, Anvisa.  says the director of

Director of National Health Monitoring Agency (Unvisa) Alex Campos told CNN This Monday (29) that certificate of vaccination against covid-19 This is necessary for Brazil, especially in the context of border controls, as the country “cannot be used for anti-vaccine tourism”.

“The vaccine proved to be effective in preventing infections, preventing hospitalizations and deaths. We are on the eve of the end of the year, the holiday period, and Brazil is a tourist country. Brazil cannot serve as an anti-vaccination tourism for people who do not get vaccinated in other countries and come to Brazil”, he said.

It became effective this Monday (29) Flight ban in Brazil Originating or routed through the Republic of South Africa, the Republic of Botswana, the Kingdom of Essuatine, the Kingdom of Lesotho, the Republic of Namibia, and the Republic of Zimbabwe.

The decision is based on the opinion of Anvisa recommending restrictions to prevent the spread of the micron variant. Classified as a type of anxiety by the World Health Organization (WHO), and technical evaluation by the Ministries of Health, Justice and Public Safety, Infrastructure and Civil House.

To CNN, Campos assessed that having vaccines as a frontier tool is “something essential”. According to him, “the pandemic is not over” and the time is for “caution”.

“Anvisa defends opening of borders with health protection. Anvisa’s own remedy is not a closure, but a ban on those coming into the country. We are talking about a protocol backed by science, the outcome of the vaccines is fantastic in terms of public health”, he said.

“People want to be on the side of those who have been vaccinated, we cannot encourage people to come into the country without the vaccine”.

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