This Beautiful Island in Brazil Opened to Tourists Who Have Contracted Covid-19, Facts or Hoaxes? Here's Explanation

At that time, Fernando de Noronha was one 21 volcanic islands that were closed to tourists due to the new corona virus pandemic. The island was closed to visitors on March 21, and residents on the mainland were barred from returning from April to mid-June.




IPHEDIA.com - Baia do Sancho is a beautiful and exotic beach in Brazil which due to new corona virus (Covid-19) pandemic was closed to tourists. However, this tourist spot was later reopened, but only for those who were confirmed positive for Covid-19. Fact or hoax?

Baia do Sancho Beach is on the small island of Fernando de Noronha, part of a national park and one of Brazil's most famous tourist attractions. This Brazilian national park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001.

Known for its wild and undeveloped beaches, stunning views and beautiful national marine reserves, Fernando de Noronha is home to over 3,000 permanent residents.

In 2020, Fernando de Noronha Island was named the world's best beach by the Trip Advisor's Traveler's Choice Awards. However, due to the Vocid-19 pandemic, this beach was closed.

At that time, Fernando de Noronha was one 21 volcanic islands that were closed to tourists due to the new corona virus pandemic. The island was closed to visitors on March 21, and residents on the mainland were barred from returning from April to mid-June.

On July 31, this beautiful Brazilian island reopened only to the people who own homes there and local researchers. After being closed down, the tourist island in Brazil was then reopened to tourists, but the first phase allowed only people who had been affected by Covid-19.

At the end of August 2020, the archipelago administrator, Guilherme Rocha, launched Macau Business via CNN Travel, saying, to land on the islands, tourists need to show positive PCR test results at least 20 days old, or serological test results that show antibodies to Covid-19.

Explicitly, the manager did not explain why Brazil only accepts tourists who have contracted the corona virus disease to the island. Visitors will be asked to show a positive test result for the virus along with the payment of Fernando de Noronha's environmental conservation tax.

Those who arrive on the island are given ID bracelets which they must wear until public health officials give them permission, either after completing quarantine or getting two negative test results for the virus. (as/ip)

 

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