Brazil lifts mandatory quarantine for those arriving from England and F1. opens doors for

Brazil lifts mandatory quarantine for those arriving from England and F1.  opens doors for

Formula 1 has not visited Interlagos since 2019

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The Brazilian government announced the end of mandatory quarantine for travelers arriving from the UK. This restriction was imposed to control the Kovid-19 epidemic. The ordinance with the new rule was published last Tuesday (5) and gives the green light for the So Paulo GP on 14 November.

The ban on travelers to the UK was imposed in December 2020, to prevent the spread of new forms of the disease. The ordinance also provides requirements for these passengers, needing to submit a negative test for Covid-19 before boarding, and agreeing to the hygiene measures to be complied in this period, the Travellers’ Health Declaration (DSV). Proof of completion should also be submitted. which contains Brazil.

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The So Paulo GP is scheduled for 14 November and will be attended by the public (Photo: Pirelli)

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The ban caused controversy in September due to a football match between Brazil and Argentina, which was valid for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers. At the time, four Argentine players who lived and played in England did not undergo mandatory quarantine before entering the country. Anvisa agents suspended the performance of the match after kickoff.

Without the ban being lifted, the holding of the So Paulo GP would be at risk, as Formula 1 intends to hold four races in a span of five weeks between the United States and Qatar’s GP on 24 October. 21 November.

The So Paulo GP will be held at the Interlagos circuit between 12 and 14 September. This will be the 19th leg of the 2021 Worlds. The race will also host Sunday’s sprint qualifying, or qualifying race, the 100km brawl, which will define the grid for the GP on Sunday.

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