The government issues a decree to quarantine and release Brazilians working in England | Brazilian national team

The government issues a decree to quarantine and release Brazilians working in England |  Brazilian national team

Last Tuesday, the federal government published a new decree announcing changes to the entry of foreigners into the country. Ordinance 658 updates the previous text, from Ordinance 657 of October 2 (Saturday), and excludes stricter restrictions during the pandemic.

To enter the country, any traveler, whether Brazilian or foreign, from any place of origin must complete an entry form and submit a negative PCR test for Covid-19.

The measure renders null and void the CBF’s exceptional entry request for nine Brazilians who play in England – the last of whom is Aston Villa’s Douglas Luiz – as well as Edison Cavani, the Uruguayan and Manchester United striker. The match between Brazil and Uruguay will be held next Thursday, the 14th in Manaus.

Team striker Gabriel Jesus at a press conference: The Manchester City player is one of the attractions of Tite’s squad – Photo: clone/CBF TV

+ Remember: the Brazilian Football Confederation expects a special request from Brazilians working in England

On September 17, the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) sent a special request to the federal government for the release of the British and Uruguayan Cavani. The measure is that there should be no problem for these athletes to arrive to contest the match. There is no quarantine requirement, which eventually led to the suspension of Brazil and Argentina, in September, in Sao Paulo.

New, more flexible rules for travelers entering Brazilian territory – Photo: Reproduction

Four Argentine players playing in England entered the country without reporting their previous visit to the United Kingdom, which violated Brazilian regulations. The National Health Surveillance Agency notified the Argentines and then went to the field for the classic South American province.

in notice to GiveThe Ministry of Civil Affairs explained that “Decree No. 658, of October 5, 2021, which updates the text of Ordinance 657, of October 2, 2021, introduces changes to exceptional and temporary restrictions on entry to Brazil during the epidemic.”

+ Casemiro is cut off, Titi Douglas Louise summoned

+ Brazil will include Guilherme Arana and other new additions to the squad

Read the rest of the note from the federal government:

Among the main changes, there is the possibility for the traveler, with origin or transit through any country, to submit to the airline responsible for the flight to Brazil, a negative or undetectable antigen test for Covid19, with a report, carried out up to 24 hours before boarding .

This change, in practice, Excludes specific restrictions on entry to Brazil for travelers on flights departing from or through the United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, South Africa and India.

The exceptional and temporary restrictions on entry to the country during the pandemic are updated according to the development of the epidemiological scenario, and they correspond to the technical analyzes prepared by the Ministry of Health.

See all the players who have summoned Tite:

  • Goalkeepers: Alisson (Liverpool), Ederson (Manchester City), Everton (Palmeras).
  • Full-back: Danilo (Juventus), Alex Sandro (Juventus), Emerson (Tottenham) and Guilherme Arana (Atletico MG).
  • Defenders: Thiago Silva (Chelsea), Marquinhos (Paris Saint-Germain), Eder Militao (Real Madrid), Lucas Verissimo (Benfica).
  • Midfielders: Edenelson (International), Douglas Luiz (Aston Villa), Fabinho (Liverpool), Fred (Manchester United), Gerson (Olympique Marseille), Lucas Paqueta (Lyon) and Everton Ribeiro (Flamingo).
  • Forwards: Anthony (Ajax), Arthur Cabral (Basel), Ravenha (Leeds), Vinicius Junior (Real Madrid), Neymar (Paris Saint-Germain), Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City), Gabigol (Flemish).
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