Published in November 2021, Ordinance 660 by the Presidency of the Republic/Civil House. The document establishes that all passengers to Brazil are required to present either a) a negative result to an RT-PCR test carried out up to 72 hours before boarding or b) a non-reactive result to an antigen test carried up to 24 hours before boarding.
Passenger must also present proof of a completed Declaration of Traveler’s Health (DSV) to the airline responsible for the flight, filled up to 24h before boarding. Travelers will need to fill out the DSV (in print or digitally) agreeing to sanitary measures that must be complied with during the traveler’s time in Brazil.
- These rules are applicable to Brazilian and foreign citizens, provided that the appropriate condition of each traveler are satisfied, including a visa (if applicable). It is not mandatory to present health insurance.
- Be aware of new restrictions for passengers and flights coming from or passing through Republic of South Africa, Republic of Botswana, Kingdom of Essuatini, Kingdom of Lesotho, Republic of Namibia and Republic of Zimbabwe, with exceptions listed in the Ordinance.
- The humanitarian visa program has been temporarily suspended due to Covid-19 pandemic. Further notice will be published as soon as the program is resumed.
The Brazilian Ordinance number 470 of 2 October 2020 informs VIVIS holders no longer need to present health insurance to enter the country.