Brazil clears travelers from the UK, South Africa and India to enter the country
Brazil has lifted a restriction that blocked people coming from the United Kingdom, South Africa and India from entering the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a decision published in the country's official gazette late on Tuesday.
The South American country said the measure applies to travelers arriving by air. They will only need to show a negative test for the coronavirus, which means vaccination proof is not required.
According to Brazil's government, foreigners coming by land will still be prevented from entering the country.
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