a Brazilian life abroad it was hard in this covid-19 pandemic, but some countries have started to issue tourist entrance – Some of the most sought after destinations, such as Switzerland, Spain, Germany and France.
This reflects an increase in reopening vaccination of brazilians And this has resulted in a decline in the number of cases and deaths caused by COVID-19. One of the consequences of this movement is that spending on tourism abroad increased by 69% in July compared to the same period in 2020, but still far from visas in 2019, before the pandemic: US$452 million, U$1.9 By July, two years earlier than Billion.
Truth is this, Although it is not currently the country in which more people die from Covid-19, Brazil, along with South Africa, is the place that suffers the most from severe restrictions (such as quarantine) when entering abroad.. See how Brazilians enter some of their favorite destinations:
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The country remains closed to tourists, regardless of nationality, until at least 1 October.
Brazilians are still normally prevented from entering the neighboring country. In early August, President Luis Lacalle Po informed that, starting November 1, the country’s borders would be reopened to all foreigners who have been vaccinated and with a negative PCR test.
People arriving from Brazil, India and Africa (or who have stayed in these countries in the past 14 days) are prohibited from entering Peru until at least 5 September.
Non-resident foreigners are generally prohibited from entering the country. Even Chileans and resident foreigners will have to undergo quarantine upon their return to the country – it will be seven days from 1 September.
Canada has promised that starting September 7 it will open its borders to foreigners who have been fully vaccinated (two doses or one dose) 14 days before entering the country. However, caution should be exercised as the coronavirus vaccine is not currently among those approved by the Canadian government. The other option is to undergo a 14-day quarantine.
As a general rule, all tourists are banned from entering the country at this time.
The country’s borders are currently closed to most foreign tourists.
In July, the country opened the entry of foreigners to the country’s largest island of Phuket to fully vaccinated foreigners from 70 countries – however, this list does not include Brazilians.
Brazilians, today, can only enter Portugal in case of visits considered essential, i.e. tourists are still banned. However, there is one exception: vaccinated Brazilian tourists can visit the island of Madeira. If not vaccinated, a PCR test is required.
Entry issued along with Quarantine
The country began opening up to vaccinated tourists in July, but this does not apply to those arriving from Brazil or India. Brazilians, in addition to having a negative PCR test 72 hours before the flight, will have to ten day quarantine, regardless of the test result.
Most Brazilian travelers are not allowed to enter US territory. Option a. have to make 14 day quarantine In a country with no US restrictions – Mexico is one of the most popular options.
Most travelers who have been to Brazil in the past 14 days They are still unable to enter Italian territory.
Brazilians, vaccinated or not, have to go through a Ten . quarantine of Days in a hotel before traveling around the country. During this period, they will have to pass two COVID-19 tests – in addition to the one done three days before the trip.
Travelers to Brazil must submit a negative PCR test 48 hours before traveling to China. There, they get a . have to go through 14 day quarantine.
Brazilians are considered a high-risk group in the area. Even if fully vaccinated, they will have to go through a 21 day quarantine, when they have to do six tests. Surveillance continues even after quarantine.
Brazilian tourists, regardless of whether they have been vaccinated or not, have to go through this process Seven . quarantine of Day at a local hotel. On the eighth day, they would undergo a test to be released for circulation.
Entry issued without the requirement of quarantine
Since 24 August, the country no longer requires a quarantine for Brazilians who were vaccinated at least 14 days earlier. All immunization agents currently in force in Brazil are accepted.
Brazilians can only enter the country for urgent reasons. However, for those who have been vaccinated, admission is free. In the case of Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines, the second dose must be taken at least seven days before entering the country. For Jensen, the requirement is four weeks. CORONAVAC is not yet one of the approved immunizations.
Also in June, the country reopened its doors to tourists from Brazil who had been vaccinated (with a single dose or a single dose) in the 12-month period prior to travel.
On 22 August, the country opened its doors to tourists from Brazil, who have already been fully vaccinated. At the time, Brazil was considered a “high-risk area”, and is no longer “a matter of concern”. The CoronaVac vaccine remains outside those authorized to enter the country.
From July 1, the country accepts vaccinated foreigners. The second dose (or single dose), however, must be applied at least 21 days before flight, and CORONAVAC is not currently on the list of approved vaccinations in the country.
There are no testing requirements or restrictions for Brazilians to enter the country due to COVID-19. However, passengers will have to fill an online form in advance.
In general, there are no restrictions for Brazilian tourists. There is no need to even get a PCR test done.
Brazilian travelers who have not been vaccinated can enter the country, but must submit a negative COVID test within 120 hours of travel. Fully vaccinated (at least 14 days before) should have a negative test, but this can be the rapid type. So far, Coronavac has not appeared in the approved vaccines in the country.
Vaccinated and unvaccinated Brazilians can enter the country. However, they must submit a negative PCR test done at least 96 hours ago or a rapid negative test done at least 48 hours ago.