Covid travel news for Brazil

Which countries are opening their borders and which are still closed? With travel being affected so much due to COVID-19 always check if there are any restrictions before you book an accommodation. Keep an eye on this page and find out where in the world you can still travel to...

Updates for Brazil


Rio de Janeiro eases measures, beaches reopen

As of today, the famous beaches of Rio de Janeiro are accessible again. The city council has relaxed the corona rules. Until today, the beaches were only allowed to be used for sports, but from today you can walk and swim again. Sunbathing is not allowed. 

Opening hours for restaurants and cafes are also being extended and private schools will be allowed to reopen.

Updated on August 02, 2020.

Disclaimer the information is correct to the best of Weather & Climate's knowledge at the time of publication. Given the rapidly evolving nature of the international response to the COVID-19 outbreak Weather and Climate cannot guarantee its accuracy and can accept no liability for any errors or omissions

Brazil has reopened its borders

Brazil has lifted its coronavirus-related entry regulations and reopened its borders. Foreign nationals staying for up to 90 days must have proof of medical insurance coverage for the duration of their stay. Students attending Brazilian institutions and Brazilian residents are exempted from this requirement.

However we do recommend to always check if there are any latest travel restrictions before you book an accommodation. Government measures are constantly changing, so we recommend that you regularly check for updates. Click here for travel restrictions and guidelines for Brazil.  

Updated on August 02, 2020.

Disclaimer the information is correct to the best of Weather & Climate's knowledge at the time of publication. Given the rapidly evolving nature of the international response to the COVID-19 outbreak Weather and Climate cannot guarantee its accuracy and can accept no liability for any errors or omissions