Chinanews.com, November 30. According to the WeChat official account of the Chinese Embassy in Brazil, on November 27, the Brazilian President’s Office of the Civil Affairs, the Ministry of Justice and Public Security, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Infrastructure jointly issued Announcement No. 660, an update Regarding the relevant restrictions and special requirements for entering Brazil during the new crown pneumonia period, the main contents include:

  1. According to the first paragraph of Article 3 of Chapter 2 of the Announcement, passengers entering Brazil by plane must provide the airline with a negative antibody test report within 24 hours before boarding or an RT-PCR nucleic acid test within 72 hours before boarding. Negative report.

(Negative test reports should be issued in Portuguese, Spanish or English, and tested in a laboratory recognized by the health authority of the country where they are located; children under 2 years old are exempt from issuing test reports, and children under 12 years old should be tested by all their accompanying persons. In the case of negative, the test report is exempted. Children aged 2 and 2 to 12 years old without accompanying persons need to provide the test report before boarding.) At the same time, provide a paper or electronic version completed at least 24 hours before boarding. "Declaration of Passenger Health Condition" (DSV).

  Passengers who have been infected with the new crown pneumonia virus in the past 90 days, counting from the date of the appearance of the new crown pneumonia virus, if their symptoms disappear and the RT-PCR nucleic acid test or antibody test is still positive, they can enter the country after issuing the following documents: A positive RT-PCR nucleic acid test report over the 14th day, and the latest test was carried out within 72 hours before boarding; a negative antibody test report after the last positive RT-PCR nucleic acid test report; a proof that the passenger is a traveler with the date of travel The medical certificate for asymptomatic infected persons and able to travel must be issued in Portuguese, Spanish or English, and include the identity certificate and signature of the doctor in charge.

  Passengers visiting Brazil who do not leave the airport quarantine area during the flight transit or stopover period can be exempted from transit test provided that the time of the first paragraph of the itinerary test report issuance is complied with.

Passengers visiting Brazil who leave the airport quarantine area during a flight transit or stopover, and the negative antibody test report issued during the first leg of the flight when they board the plane again has exceeded 24 hours or the RT-PCR nucleic acid test negative report has exceeded 72 hours. Perform the test again before going through the boarding procedures for Brazil and submit a negative report of antibody test within 24 hours or a negative report of RT-PCR nucleic acid test within 72 hours before boarding.

  2. According to the second paragraph of Article 3 of Chapter 2 of the Announcement, international flights departing from or stopping in South Africa, Botswana, Swaziland, Lesotho, Namibia and Zimbabwe in the past 14 days are temporarily prohibited from entering Brazil.

Temporarily prohibit foreign passengers who have departed from South Africa, Botswana, Swaziland, Lesotho, Namibia and Zimbabwe or have traveled to these countries in the past 14 days from boarding to Brazil (foreigners with permanent residency in Brazil, confirmed as international organizations to perform tasks Foreign professionals recognized by the Brazilian government, foreign officials recognized by the Brazilian government, and the spouses, partners, children, parents or guardians of Brazilian citizens. The Brazilian government specifically authorizes immigrants and national immigration registration card holders for public interest or humanitarian reasons. However, after entering Brazil, they must be quarantined in their destination city for 14 days).

  3. According to Article 4 of Chapter 3 of the Announcement, foreign citizens are allowed to enter through the land border between Brazil and Paraguay under the premise of complying with the entry and exit requirements of Brazil (for example, entering with a visa, etc.).

  4. According to Article 7 of Chapter 5 of the Announcement, anyone who violates the relevant measures of this Announcement will bear civil, administrative or criminal liability, and will be expelled or repatriated immediately, or the asylum request will be cancelled.

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