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In 2019, the city of Wuhan (China) became famous all over the world. Such «popularity» was associated with the rapid spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. It is known that coronavirus is transmitted in two ways — by airborne droplets and by contact.

The respiratory virus of a new type has already spread throughout the world. Brazil was no exception.

Coronavirus in Brazil: statistics common for the country of Brazil

According to the latest data, 177 039 062 people became victims of COVID-19, of which 3 832 951 deaths. On the territory of Brazil — 16 847 722, of which 471 138 deaths.
Over the last day (data on Saturday, 5 June 2021), the number of infected increased by 2971, +76 deaths. Thus, the mortality rate in Brazil is 2.80%.

In Brazil, bars and restaurants work only for takeout and delivery, all shops work without restrictions. Public events (exhibitions, concerts, museums, etc.) are allowed but with restrictions.

Is it possible to enter Brazil today, in 2021?

At the moment (Saturday, 5 June 2021) Brazil is available for tourists but with restrictions. At the same time, it is important to comply with the rules and requirements that are regulated by internal documents. Here is what official sources say for tourists planning to come to Brazil:

As of 25/12/20, Brazil has temporarily suspended all flights from or via the UK.Foreign nationals are allowed to enter Brazil by air. Entry to Brazil by non-resident foreign nationals by air is permitted, however as of 25/12/20, Brazil has temporarily suspended permission for those who have been in the UK during the previous 14 days to embark flights to Brazil. Resident foreigners who have been in the UK during the previous 14 days will need to quarantine on arrival for 14 days.Entry is subject to regular entry requirements. In addition, with effect from 30/12/20, anyone travelling to Brazil by air needs to present to the airline company at check-in documentary evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese. All children under the age of 2 are exempt from the requirement to present a negative test. Children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by adult (s) who have proof of a negative test are also exempt.With effect from 30/12/20, all travellers to Brazil are required to complete a Travelers Health Declaration form within 72 hours of boarding. This can be done online. The English version is available here formulario.anvisa.gov.br/?lang=en.

You can read more about entering Brazil in official sources: http://www.in.gov.br/en/web/dou/-/portaria-cc-pr/mjsp/minfra/ms-n-1-de-29-de-julho-de-2020−269 235 614.

Restrictions on entry to Brazil

On Saturday, 5 June 2021, the borders of Brazil are fully open for citizens, for tourists and foreigners — the borders are partially opened. Moreover, quarantine is NOT required upon arrival.

Here’s what they write about quarantine in official sources:

Not Required

If, when crossing the border with Brazil, symptoms of coronavirus appear, namely: cough, shortness of breath, fever, fatigue, headache and muscle pain, you should immediately consult a doctor.

Conditions for entering Brazil

Special conditions of entry and various kinds of restrictions during a pandemic are applied in almost all countries. Brazil is no exception.

Do I need a test result when crossing the border with Brazil?

No tests required

In addition, when crossing the border, there should be no signs of SARS.

Entry rules to Brazil today: 5 June 2021

We have already figured out the need for a test. Just in case, we recall:

No tests required

Many are wondering whether it is necessary to go into quarantine when entering Brazil. We answer: today, when entering Brazil, quarantine is NOT required.

How are things with masks in Brazil?

Masks are required in public spaces
Masks are required in public transport

For which countries are the borders with Brazil open?

Borders with Brazil on 5 June 2021 are open to the following countries of the world:

According to our data, there are no countries with completely free visits. Look at the list of countries, entry to which is partially open.

For which countries are the borders with Brazil closed or partially closed?

Borders with Russia on June 5, 2021 are closed (or partially closed) for the following countries of the world:

Is a vaccination passport obligatory to enter Brazil?

Dozens of countries around the world have been thinking about the introduction of so-called «covid passports» for several months. We are talking about documentary evidence of vaccination against COVID-19. The goal is to simplify travel abroad, as well as to speed up the process of returning to normal life.
In order to travel to Brazil, today you do not need a vaccination passport. At the same time, the Brazil government supports the idea of a document that confirms vaccination.

Digital statistics: on entry into and exit from Brazil

Covid 19 sets new «records». Despite this, the borders of Brazil are open to a number of countries. Also, Brazil citizens can freely cross the borders of other states. Naturally, on condition they сomply with all quarantine measures.

From which countries you can come to Brazil:

Current data on COVID-19 in Brazil

As of 5 June 2021, there is a decrease in cases of coronavirus infection in Brazil. More detailed statistics in numbers:

  • Total cases: 16 847 722
  • Currently sick: 1 136 892
  • Recovered: 15 239 692
  • Deaths: 471 138
  • Vaccinated: 47 636 424

You can keep track of the most current information on the WHO website: https://covid19.who.int/.

View other countries from which we can come to Brazil

Countries available for entry:

According to our information, at the moment there are no countries from which entry into Brazil is allowed without restrictions. See how we collect data.

Available for entry, but with restrictions:

Countries unavailable for entry:

Is it possible to enter and what are the rules, conditions for entering Brazil during coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in 2021?