Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (Anvisa)

The Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (Anvisa) is an autarchy linked to the Ministry of Health, part of the Brazilian National Health System (SUS) as the coordinator of the Brazilian Health Regulatory System (SNVS), present throughout the national territory.

Anvisa’s role it to promote the protection of the population’s health by executing sanitary control of the production, marketing and use of products and services subject to health regulation, including related environments, processes, ingredients and technologies, as well as the control in ports, airports and borders.


New rules for the use of masks in airports and airplanes

Stricter measures start on Thursday 25 March.

Traveler Health Declaration (DSV)

To enter Brazil by air, travelers from abroad must fill up the Traveler Health Declaration (DSV) and show proof of a negative test for Covid-19.