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See test and vaccine rules in countries

See test and vaccine rules in countries

With mass vaccination and easing of many countries, many borders have begun to ease entry restrictions for travelers in each region, including vaccination and testing for covid-19 virus along the flight.

Currently, not all countries require tourists to be tested for the coronavirus, even if they are not fully immunized or without any dose of the vaccine. Gradually, EU countries no longer need tests for covid-19 and there are still a few regions that are maintaining these measures.

Portugal, for example, waived this requirement at the beginning of July, and now, tourists do not even need to provide proof of vaccination when entering the country. However, health measures such as the use of masks on public transport are still mandatory.

In the case of France and Spain, countries that receive a large number of tourists each year, it is still necessary to carry out tests against Covid-19, but only if the visitor is not vaccinated.

The United States, on the other hand, is another region that Brazilians often seek on vacation and almost year-round, and still does not allow in travelers without a full immunization – however, the need for testing has subsided in recent months.

Differences between vaccination status

It is worth noting that there is a difference between fully vaccinated, incomplete immunized (if they did not take the second or third dose) and unvaccinated travelers. Thus, there are still states that require negative PCR tests 72 hours before boarding or antigen tests 48 or 24 hours before a passenger arrives in the country.

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That is why it is important to check the official websites or the websites of embassies what are the mandatory requirements for entering each country – the rules change daily. They are the sites that display files The situation in Europe And other offers global data.

If you are planning to travel soon and want to know which countries still require coronavirus tests and which are more lenient, our Make the link below.

Countries that receive fully vaccinated tourists and do not require a COVID-19 test

Aruba, Andorra, Albania, Argentina, Algeria, Australia, Germany, Belgium, Brunei, Bosnia, Botswana, Croatia, Costa Rica, Curaçao, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Iceland, Hungary, Jamaica, Lithuania, Malaysia, Malta, Islands Maldives, Montenegro, Morocco, Panama, Portugal, Poland, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Thailand and Tanzania.

To see the full list, it is possible to check all 141 countries in this location.

Countries that receive unvaccinated tourists and require or recommend testing for covid-19*

Algeria, Angola, Bahamas, Barbados, Bolivia, Botswana, Cambodia, Cuba, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, French Polynesia, Guatemala, India, Iran, Japan, Morocco, Paraguay, Seychelles, South Korea, Thailand, Uruguay and Zambia.

See the full list by clicking over here.

*Note: In this list there are different small rules between countries that the passenger should be aware of before boarding the plane. For vaccinated people, for example, the state may require testing, but choose at random to have a PCR or antigen test on arrival. In Colombia, for example, those who have only been partially vaccinated must submit a PCR or antigen test upon arrival.

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Countries that receive unvaccinated tourists and do not require COVID-19 testing from any group

Albania, Andorra, Argentina, Armenia, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Belize, Costa Rica, Curaçao, Denmark, Egypt, Denmark, Faroe Islands, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Jamaica, Mongolia, Poland, Portugal, Serbia and others.

Click here and see full list.

Countries that do not receive unvaccinated tourists and accept immunized tourists without testing

American Samoa, Bermuda, Anguilla, Azerbaijan, Brunei, Cameroon, Canada, United States, Cayman Islands, Mainland China, Cook Islands, US Virgin Islands, Equatorial Guinea, Fiji, Philippines, Ghana, Guam, Guyana, Hong Kong, Iraq, Islands Turks and Caicos, Kenya, Liberia, Luxembourg, Macau, Netherlands (Netherlands), Pakistan, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Puerto Rico, Saint Kitts and Nevis (Saint Kitts and Nevis), Taiwan, Singapore, Solomon Islands, Samoa, Singapore, Tonga, Ukraine and New Zealand **

** Note: In New Zealand all (to feed And the not immune) You need to take two antigen tests on arrival in the country and after another five days.. The country works differently for different nationalities and at the moment does not accept Brazilians who have not been fully vaccinated.

Do I need a COVID-19 test to go back to Brazil?

Since April, the country has withdrawn the need for Covid-19 tests upon arrival on the national territory. Thus, for those who arrive in Brazil and have already been vaccinated, you should only provide proof of vaccination to the airline before boarding the plane.

However, travelers who have not been fully vaccinated – as long as they are Brazilians and foreigners in the national territory – those who have any contraindications to vaccination (provide a medical report) or who come from countries with low vaccination coverage, must submit tests for covid-19 to the airline A negative or undetectable result, which may be antigen or PCR, performed 1 day before departure.

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Foreigners who have not been fully vaccinated are still banned from entering the country, with reservations, according to the National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa).