Covid-19 in Brazil

Covid-19 in Brazil

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The world was forced to slow down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, as vaccination advances, Brazil can already be your next destination! 

Brazil has already administered more than 310,000,000 doses nationally.
It’s currently number three in the world in number of fully-immunized people, having reached over 140 million individuals.

This translates into safety and peace of mind when discovering all the beauty our country has to offer. On a trip to Brazil, you will encounter stunning nature, paradise beaches, rich local food, endless cultural attractions, and the friendliness of Brazilian people.

When you decide to travel, the destination of your dreams is here!

International tourists from any country in the world are authorized to enter Brazil.

Exception: Passengers from the Republic of South Africa, the Republic of Botswana, the Kingdom of Eswatini, the Kingdom of Lesotho, the Republic of Namibia, and the Republic of Zimbabwe, or passengers who have been to these countries up to fourteen days prior to the day they travel, are temporarily unauthorized to enter Brazilian territory.

SARS-CoV-2: 24 hours prior to travel date or
RT-PCR: 72 hours prior to travel date
Languages: Portuguese, English, or Spanish
Exceptions: Children under the age of two; children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by their parents or guardians; travelers entering by road or any other form of land transport.
Connecting Flights and Stopovers: A new RT-PCR test must be provided if travelers are in transit for more than 72 hours.

Proof of vaccination (at least 14 days prior to travel date).
Vaccines: All vaccines must be approved by the Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (ANVISA), by the World Health Organization (WHO), or by the authorities in the country where the traveler was immunized.
The vaccines used in Brazil are the following: AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Janssen, and CoronaVac.

Travelers must provide a filled-out Health Affidavit Form (DSV) to the airline company prior to boarding (either printed or in electronic form).
Health Affidavit Forms are available at:

For more information: Ordinance N. 663 of December 20, 2021

Planning your trip during this period may need a little more of your time, but being careful, aware, and well-informed is the key to a smooth trip without complications.

Brazil is a safe destination for your trip and follows all the necessary health requirements to keep tourists safe. The Ministry of Tourism has a program called the “Responsible Tourism Seal”, which establishes good hygiene practices for all the different segments of the tourism sector. The seal means we are extra-careful so that tourists feel safe when traveling and visiting places that comply with the specific protocols to prevent Covid-19, thus making Brazil a safe and responsible destination for you. 

In addition, several states and cities in Brazil already have the “SafeTravels Stamp,” a seal issued by the WTTC (World Travel and Tourism Council) for destinations and businesses around the world which have adopted their health and hygiene global standardised protocols. This means you will be able to have a great experience on your trip. 

Brazil is an incredible and safe destination that is expecting you for an unforgettable trip! #VisitBrasil