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Brazil coronavirus travel restrictions

Brazil

The travel advice is Do not travel to Brazil. Travel advice has Moderate for travel. Get travel ban, restrictions alerts and advice before travelling to Brazil. Brazil is part of South America with main city at Brasilia. Its Developing country with a population of 206M people. The main currency is Brazilian Real. The languages spoken are Portuguese.
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🚨 Travel Advice for Brazil

Moderate

restrictions for travel

Travel to Brazil is partially allowed from Western Sahara. Measures in place: open with conditions, test/medical certificate required and additional documents required #### Open with conditions If South Africa or the United Kingdom has been visited or transited in the previous 14 days, travelers will not be permitted to enter Brazil. This does not apply to residents or nationals of Brazil, but quarantine will be required for 14 days on arrival. #### Test/medical certificate required Proof of a negative PCR test, taken within the previous 72 hours, must be provided on departure. This document must be in Portuguese, Spanish, or English. #### Additional documents required A declaration of traveler's health must be presented prior to boarding and may be requested on arrival.

- [Declaration of traveler's health](https://formulario.anvisa.gov.br/) For more details [U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Brazil](https://br.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/)

Travel restriction details for Brazil

🚫 Destination No quarantine
πŸ›¬ Return No Data
πŸ–οΈ Some Visitors
🍽️ Restaurants & bars Delivery/Takeout only
πŸ›οΈ Open shopping
🚌 Operational transport
πŸ“… events Partially Allowed

πŸ”’ Lockdown Details for Brazil

The situation varies around Brazil, Many non-essential services that were closed (i.e. restaurants, shops and bars) are now starting to reopen in some cities. Some tourist attractions, cinemas and theatres remain closed, and in Rio de Janeiro access to the beach is restricted to exercise only. In practice this means that you can now go to the beach, but that the barracas which rent out umbrellas and chairs are not operating.

πŸ›‘οΈ Travel safety for Brazil

Do not travel

Brazil is experiencing an increase of COVID-19 cases, hospitalisations and deaths, putting severe pressure on local health systems. A number of state and municipal governments have reinstated COVID-19 restrictions. Follow the advice of local authorities and minimise your risk of exposure to COVID-19. If in need of consular assistance contact +55 61 3226 3111. Register or update your details with DFAT if you are an Australian citizen or permanent resident seeking to return to Australia (see 'Travel'). We continue to advise: Do not travel to BrazilΒ due to the health risks from the COVID-19 pandemic and the significant disruptions to global travel.

Last updated: May 15, 2021

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