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.
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.
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.