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New Zealand officially reopens for Brazilians

Brazilians are now accepted again in New Zealand! The novelty is in line with the anticipation of the border reopening plan announced in March. As previously announced, New Zealand was planning to reopen its borders in a phased manner, in five stages. The country started to receive Australians in April, and reopened this month of May for visitors from countries that have a visa waiver agreement with New Zealand, which is the case in Brazil. Entry requirements: you will need to be vaccinated and present one of the tests: a negative result of the PCR test for Covid-19, taken no more than 48 hours before departure to the country; a negative rapid test (RAT) result, taken no later than 24 hours before departure to the country; a negative RT-LAMP test result, taken no later than 24 hours prior to departure to the country. If you have recently recovered from COVID-19, you still need to provide a negative result of any of the above tests before boarding. You will also need to present a medical certificate with the date of your previous positive test, within 48 hours of your first international flight, and a medical statement that you are no longer infected. If you have tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 3 months, it is recommended that you schedule your medical examination before receiving your test results. It is worth remembering that, when you arrive at the airport, you will also receive three antigen tests at the airport, one for the 1st day in the country, another for use on the 5th or 6th day, and a backup. This approach, according to the government, helps the country continue to identify new cases. – https://passageirodeprimeira.com/nova-zelandia-reabre-oficialmente-para-brasileiros/