Anfisa proposes to punish Andreas Pereira of Flamengo for breaking the quarantine – 11/09/2021

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Anvisa (the national health watchdog agency) is back in the football arena. The agency was already responsible for suspending the Brazil-Argentina World Cup qualifier match. The ball at the time is Willian, of Corinthians, who could be arrested if he breaks the rules and enters the field on Sunday against Atlético-Go. However, the situation could also extend to the flamingo.

Is there something all these troublemakers have in common: the players who left England for Brazil. Those arriving in the country in this way must complete a TCSV (Term Monitoring Traveler Health) assuming compliance with health measures, including 14 days of isolation.

This was exactly what made Anvisa cut through the South American derby, as four Argentines (Emiliano Buendía, Damian Emiliano Martinez, Giovani Lo Celso and Cristian Gabriel Romero) entered Brazil after passing through England and breaking quarantine when they went to the field for the match dispute.

The same reason is what prevents Willian’s debut in Corinthians, against Atlético-GO, on Sunday. He was in England and signed Anvisa’s terms, but would break forty if he had a proven presence in the fencing.

The situation is a little different with flamingo. And Andreas Pereira was the first case, even before the duel between the Brazilians and the Argentines, and passed the Anfisa search. The player participated, albeit with a goal, in the victory over Santos on August 28. The point is that he arrived in Brazil on the 20th of the same month and, therefore, must remain in quarantine.

There are public records of Andrea’s participation in the match, which proves that the rules were not followed. Anvisa admits that she was only aware of the situation by the press and asks to punish the athlete and the others involved.

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“In this case, the player entered Brazil on 08/20 and also filled out the TCSV, with the obligation to comply with the health measures stipulated in Decree 655/21, including a mandatory 14-day quarantine, because he had passed the UK in the last 14 days before entering the country. Brazil.

In light of the facts, Anvisa has informed the local CIEVS (Health Monitoring Strategic Information Center) to take appropriate health measures, in order to sanction the player and others involved in organizing the match, without prejudice to the assessment of civil liability. and administrative and criminal law for those involved.

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