Entry to Brazil
The conditions for entry into Brazil can be found in the decree 670 of the Brazilian government ( Portaria n°670, 01/04/22) and are as follows:
2. Airline crew are subject to quarantine in a hotel room until their next flight.
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TRAVEL TO BRAZIL
REQUIREMENTS TO ENTER BRAZILIAN TERRITORY
Proof of vaccination does not apply to:
Travelers with the above exceptions must provide the airline responsible for the flight with a negative RT-PCR test taken 24 hours prior to boarding, in Portuguese, English, or Spanish.
Connecting Flights and Stopovers
For more information: Ordinance N. 670 of April 01, 2022.
Ordinance No. 125, OF MARCH 19, 2020
PORTARIA Nº 125, DE 19 DE MARÇO DE 2020
Resolution No 7,653, March 31, 2020: Establish measures in response to the public health emergency in the field of waterborne passenger transport and port facilities due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Resolution No 7,653, March 31, 2020: Estabelece medidas em resposta à emergência de saúde pública no âmbito do transporte aquaviário de passageiros e nas instalações portuárias em razão da pandemia do COVID-19.
IRU member NTC & Logística has reported that in spite of the critical situation in Brazil, and considering the crisis ahead, all entities representing road freight transport and logistics are committed to sharing as much information as possible with transporters:
“We are monitoring all measures being taken by public and private agencies in relation to traffic, working conditions, preventive measures for the health and safety of employees and service providers, the closing of establishments, problems and difficulties in fulfilling their transportation contracts, restrictions of any kind and all measures of an economic nature that are being studied by the government, in all areas.
The situation calls for organised planning and responsibility in guaranteeing the supply of essential items concerning public health, i.e. items in relation to personal hygiene, medicines, food and hospital supplies, as well as other priorities.
We are aware of the concern of businesses in the sector and their desire to maintain that business, along with jobs and their financial commitments, and we confirm that we are in constant discussion with the government on all levels.
The link below accesses a guide to actions that can be taken by companies in relation to labour issues, which will be updated as the government discloses new legislative measures on this matter: Coronavirus Specific Legislation Impacting Operations.”
Source: NCT & Logística