The Iguazu National Park, perhaps the most famous tourist attraction in Brazil along with Christ the Redeemer, reopens gradually this Wednesday (10).
The date coincides with the anniversary of the city of Foz do Iguaçu, which celebrates 106 years.
Access to the falls was closed on March 18 by the Ministry of the Environment, responsible for federal conservation units, as a security measure to prevent the contagion of Covid-19.
The city has so far registered 200 occurrences of the virus and 3 deaths.
The Bird Park also will reopen today and the Itaipu hydroelectric plant, tomorrow (11).
The attractions are back to operating at 30% capacity.
The borders with Paraguay and Argentina remain closed and are not expected to reopen.
Marco das Três Fronteiras also resumes its activities from Tuesday to Sunday, from 3 pm to 9 pm, with reduced public capacity and tickets by appointment only via the internet .