Brazil reinstates mask mandate for planes and airports

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Anvisa, the Brazilian federal health regulator, on Tuesday reinstated a mask mandate for passengers on flights and in airports. The new rules enter into force on November 25. In the week of November 6-12, the number of cases jumped by 134 percent, while new deaths went up by 24 percent from the previous week.
Brazil reinstates mask mandate for planes and airports
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Brazil reinstates face masks at airports, airplanes

Authorities announce measure to contain spread of coronavirus - Anadolu Agency

12 days ago·Turkey
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Brazil reimposed the mandatory use of masks at airports and planes due to a resurgence of COVID-19

The National Health Surveillance Agency announced the measure in one of the countries most affected by the pandemic in the world: it accumulates almost 690,000 deaths and more than 35 million infections

12 days ago·C A B A, Argentina
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Anvisa approves the return of the use of masks on planes and airports

Mandatory requirements are due to the increase in cases of Covid-19.

12 days ago·Brazil
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Brazil back to mandatory facemasks on airplanes and at airports

Brazil's National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa) Wednesday approved the return effective Nov. 25 of the mandatory use of face masks in airplanes and airports in a move to reduce the risk of COVID-19 contagion after a significant increase in the number of cases in recent weeks.

12 days ago·C C S, Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of
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Anvisa approves the return of the use of masks on planes and airports

A Agência Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária (Anvisa) aprovou a volta da obrigatoriedade do uso de máscaras de proteç&a

12 days ago
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Brazil reimposes the use of masks at airports and planes in the run-up to summer

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