The judge accepted the appeal filed by Anvisa
The delta variance was isolated to control diffusion
Passengers can now be isolated at their final destination
Judge Antonio Sedenho of the Federal Regional Court of the 3rd Region (DRF-3) issued an order revoking the duty of travelers passing through the United Kingdom (England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland), South Africa and India. 14-day isolation in Guarulhos.
Passengers must comply with isolation before traveling to another location in Brazil The spread of delta variation in the country.
The measure comes into effect immediately and meets an appeal filed by the National Institutes of Health (ANVISA) against the decision of the Federal Court of Guerrero. The decision, which went into effect this month, carries a $ 100,000 per day fine if Anvisa fails to comply, and the agency must check the list of passengers who must comply with the isolation and notify airlines. Information
In part, the document, signed by the judge, states that CNN has obtained that “the action imposed in the resolution, in accordance with the isolation, the passenger will not be able to go to his residence by joint air transport”. “Passenger vulnerability, lack of reception plan and increased risk of sending ‘SARS-CoV-2’ to airports”.
In its justification for appealing the Courtallam Court ruling, Anvisa noted that compulsory isolation represents a risk to travelers and the community, and that combating the progress of delta diversity is not a good strategy.
In that speech, the agency pointed out that there could be “unwanted and confusing retention of foreign travelers at Guarulhos Airport, resulting in” unavoidable meetings at the moment of the epidemic “.
Anvisa recalled that passengers could not be re-loaded and could choose other modes of transportation, such as buses, “increasing the risk of exposure and transmission of the virus to other persons.”
Differences from now on
Compulsory isolation of those in the United Kingdom (England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland), South Africa and India over the past 14 days has been officially ordered by the Federal Government following the recommendation of Anvisa. Gazette, June 23.
The difference is that in a public civil action filed by the Federal Ministry of Public Works and confirmed by the Federal Court in early August, it was determined that the traveler must comply with the isolation immediately upon arrival at Guerrero. In other words, it cannot move within national boundaries until its ultimate goal.
Now, travelers can continue their journey and isolate themselves at home.
All vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers over the age of 2 must present a negative PCR test for Covit-19, which is performed within the last 72 hours of entry into Brazil.
If the passenger has Govt-19 during the last 90 days prior to departure, he or she must provide two negative PCRs, with an interval of at least 14 days, in addition to the PCR 72 hours prior to flight.