Brazil

Brazil travel safety and lockdown information

Travel and Flight Restriction 21 Dec 2021
Travel Information 16 May 2022
Travel Requirements 16 May 2022
Certification/Vaccination 16 May 2022
COVID-19 Data 01 Jul 2022
Total Cases 32,434,063
New Cases 76,045
New Cases (per 1 million citizens) 355.36
Transmission Rate n/a
COVID-19 Risk
COVID-19 Hazard & Exposure 3
Socio-Economic Vulnerability 3.4
Health Conditions 0.7
Access to Health Care 3.9
Infrastructure 3.9
Lack of Coping Capacity (Hazard-Independent) 5.2
Lack of Coping Capacity 3.7
COVID-19 Lack of Coping Capacity 1.9
COVID-19 Risk 3.5
COVID-19 Risk Class Medium
Rank 137
Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination 455,499,598
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination 551,171
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens) 212.86
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens) 2,576
Vulnerability
Air Transport, Passengers Carried 10
Point of Entry 6
Access to Cities 1.8
Mobile Cellular Subscriptions (per 100 people) 5.2
Internet Users 3.9
COVID-19 Vulnerability 4.4
Hazard and Exposure
Drinking Water 0.3
COVID-19 Hazard & Exposure 3
Population Living in Slums 1.8
Lack of Coping Capacity
Corruption Perception Index 6.5
Hospital Bed 7.3
Health System Capacity 5.95
Immunization Coverage 4.67
Health Capacity Specific to COVID-19 1.9
COVID-19 Lack of Coping Capacity 1.9
Indicator Data
Human Development Index 0.76
Incidence of Tuberculosis (per 10,000 people) 44
Malaria Incidence (per 1,000 people) 5.13
Estimated Number of People Living With HIV (%) 0.6
Air Transport, Passengers Carried 102,109,977
Mobile Cellular Subscriptions (per 100 people) 98.84
Total Population 211,049,519
Land area (sq. km) 8,459,420
Disasters
Year Type Total Affected Total Deaths
2017 Flood / Riverine flood 104,140 14
2018 Flood 1,250 7
2018 Landslide / Landslide 300 15
2019 Flood 16,778 40
2019 Flood / Flash flood 30,000 7
2019 Wildfire / Forest fire 10,002,195
2020 Drought / Drought
2020 Flood 17,161 151
2020 Storm / Convective storm 1,119 12
2021 Flood 1,605,407 59
2021 Flood / Flash flood 2,643 3
2022 Flood 119,727 456
List of International organisations in Brazil
Organization Type Sector Covid-19
UNOPS UN Health Yes
CHILD FUND INGO Health Yes
ADRA INGO Food Security Yes
CHILD FUND INGO Food Security Yes
ADRA INGO Protection Yes
CHILD FUND INGO Protection Yes
ADRA INGO WASH Yes
CHILD FUND INGO WASH Yes

Brazil Omicron travel restrictions and requirements

Entry Permission to Brazil: Passengers who have been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa, or Zimbabwe in the past 14 days are not permitted to enter Brazil.

This does not apply to: 

Nationals and residents of Brazil;
Passengers who hold proof they are working for an international organization;
Foreign officials accredited to the Brazilian Government;
Passengers who are the spouse, partner, child, parent or guardian of a Brazilian national;
Passengers who travel for humanitarian reasons, provided their entry is authorized by the Brazilian Government; or
Holders of a National Migration Registry.
 Test: Passengers will be refused boarding if they do not hold a document confirming a negative RT-PCR test result issued within 72 hours prior to departure, or a negative antigenic test result issued within 24 hours prior to departure. The document must be issued by a laboratory recognised by the health authority of their country of residence and must be in Portuguese, English or Spanish. In the event of transit where the passengers must leave the international transit area of the airport and exceeds the 72 hours since the RT-PCR test or 24 hours since the antigenic test, a new test must be taken before departing for Brazil.

This does not apply to: 

Passengers aged 11 years and younger, provided accompanied by a passenger who is holding a negative RT-PCR or antigenic test result;
Passengers in transit through Brazil, provided they do not leave the international transit area of the airport; or
Air crew members, provided they remain in the hotel room during their stay. 
Long-term positive passengers who had Covid-19 within the past 90 days are also exempt from holding a negative test result, provided they are holding all of the following: 

Two detectable RT-PCR test results, with an interval of at least 14 days, and the last test being performed within 72 hours before boarding; 
An antigen test with negative or undetectable result, after the last detectable RT-PCR result; and
A medical certificate stating the date of travel and that the passenger is asymptomatic and able to travel. The certificate must be in English, Portuguese or Spanish, and must contain the identification and signature of the responsible physician.
 Test on Arrival: Passengers who have been in India, South Africa or the United Kingdom in the past 14 days will be subject to health inspection on arrival in Sao Paulo (SP) Guarulhos International Airport (GRU).
 Form: Passengers will be refused entry if they do not hold proof that they have completed the Traveller's Health Declaration (Declaração de Saúde do Viajante) within 24 hours prior to departure, in printed or electronic format.

This does not apply to passengers in transit through Brazil, provided they do not leave the international transit area of the airport.

 Quarantine on Arrival: 14 days in their final destination in Brazil for passengers who have been in India or the United Kingdom in the past 14 days.
 Quarantine on Arrival: Passengers who have been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa, or Zimbabwe in the past 14 days must quarantine for 14 days on arrival.