Brazil’s island idyll reopens to tourists – as long as they have had Covid-19

Posted by on August 30, 2020 5:30 am
Categories: Global Stories

Visitors will have to show test results to enter Fernando de Noronha, which has so far suffered no coronavirus deaths

One of Brazil’s most celebrated tourist destinations, the paradisiacal archipelago of Fernando de Noronha, has announced it is reopening to outsiders – as long as they have had Covid-19.

Tourists have been banned from the Unesco World Heritage site, which Charles Darwin visited in 1832, since late March when the pandemic forced many parts of Brazil into partial shutdown.

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