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Fachada do edifício sede da Agência Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária (Anvisa).

Brazil sanitary authority urges action to fend off monkeypox

Anvisa reinforced the need to adopt “non-pharmacological” measures in airports and aircraft—like social distancing, mask use, and frequent hand washing.

Passageiros no terminal 2 do Aeroporto Internacional de Guarulhos.

Brazil’s drug regulator Anvisa: masks on flights still required

Passengers still must leave the aircraft following a row order and cleaning and disinfecting procedures are required. Physical distancing remains recommended.

Aeroporto Internacional de São Paulo,Guarulhos

Brazil: use of masks remains mandatory in airports and on planes

According to the country´s national drug regulator Anvisa, there are places, such as boarding areas, where it is not possible to keep physical distancing.

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São Paulo allows full attendance at football matches

To enter a stadium or join a large event in São Paulo, showing proof of vaccination is mandatory. Wearing a mask, however, will no longer be mandatory outdoors.

Uso de máscara para proteção contra o novo coronavírus.

COVID-19: Camex abolishes tax on mask resin

The tax break will be effective for three months. It also includes the resin on Mercosur’s list of exceptions to the common external tariff.

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