The National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa) will resume, From 8 am on Friday (26), the requirement to submit a traveler health declaration (DSV) for all passengers boarding in Brazil.
The agency reported Thursday (25) that it was experiencing problems with the electronic document filling system – and therefore asked airlines to suspend monitoring of this advertisement.
Advertising Available on Anvisa It must be filled in by Brazilians or foreigners. At the time of boarding, the passenger must provide the e-mail (printed or on the device screen) to the airline certifying that the document has been completed.
“Anvisa reported that on Thursday (11/25) the Health Declaration for Traveler (DSV) system was re-established. Thus, passengers who boarded flights to Brazil from 8 a.m. (Brasilia time) on Friday 26 November You must meet the DSV Proof of Completion Scale, as defined in Decree 658, issued on October 5, 2021,” according to the official memo.
“The agency thanks everyone for their understanding and confirms that it is already communicating about re-establishing the system with airlines and Anvisa teams at airports,” he continues.
Passengers arriving by plane in Brazil, whether foreigners or Brazilians, are required to submit a DSV since December 30, 2020. They also need to test negative for Covid. These measures are part of the epidemic containment measures.
By filling out the DSV, the person traveling to Brazil, in addition to providing information about the current state of health, states that he also agrees to adopt the health measures established by the country’s authorities during the pandemic.
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