Anvisa reinforced the need to adopt “non-pharmacological” measures in airports and aircraft—like social distancing, mask use, and frequent hand washing.
Passengers still must leave the aircraft following a row order and cleaning and disinfecting procedures are required. Physical distancing remains recommended.
As a preventive measure, Brazil’s national sanitary watchdog advises consumers to check the label with the manufacturer’s data, especially from Arlon, in Belgium.
The agency’s goal is to gather information for and against the use of these cigarettes in order to support future decisions on their sale and use.
Janssen is the last of the vaccines applied in Brazil to receive definitive registration. Pfizer/BioNTech, AstraZeneca/Oxford, and Coronavac already have their definitive registrations granted by Anvisa.