COVID-19 in Brazil
Last updated: November 10, 2023
Most important facts!
- A vaccination card or a negative test result is not required any more to enter Brazil.
- In every Brazilian state, the obligation to use a mask was meanwhile canceled. The same applies to airports and airplanes.
From 30 July 2020 on, non-Brazilian travelers are again permitted to enter Brazil by air and may stay in Brazil for up to 90 days with a tourist visa. From October 1, 2023, U.S., Canadian, Australian, and Japanese citizens must apply for a tourist visa to enter Brazil.
Details on the vaccination campaign and infection numbers
- The vaccination campaign in Brazil was running successfully. In Florianópolis and São Paulo more than 100% of the adult population is fully vaccinated.
- This is the vaccination rate, in relation to the total population of Brazil: first dose: 87%, second dose: 83%, booster shots: 63%.
- The numbers of Covid-19 cases are stable. Severe cases and hospitalisations stay under control.
- Daily updated figures of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Brazil and the rest of the world can be found here.