As of September 1st, cariocas and tourists will have to prove that they have been vaccinated in order to enter places of collective use in the city (see the list of establishments below) .
Mayor Eduardo Paes (PSD) published this Friday (27) four decrees aimed at the Covid pandemic. Three have to do with proof of vaccination.
This proof can be the digital vaccination card from ConnectSUS, the physical booklet itself or a letterhead from the Municipal Health Department. Those who only took the first dose and are waiting for the second application also need to show that their turn has not yet come — the city hall presented a calendar with vaccination deadlines (see below) .
“Obviously, it’s a preparation for the opening,” said Paes, about the proof of the vaccine. “We are reaching a stage, thanks to God and Science, that we will live with this disease until it is eradicated”, he added.
What are the decrees?
Proof of vaccination to enter places of collective use ;
Proof of vaccination to perform elective (non-emergency) surgeries ;
Proof of vaccination to continue receiving the Carioca Family Card ;
And the extension of restrictive measures in the city until September 13 — there were no changes compared to previous decrees.
What are the places of collective use?
gyms , swimming pools, training and fitness centers and social clubs;
Olympic villages, stadiums and sports halls;
cinemas , theatres , concert halls, games halls, circuses, children’s recreation and skating rinks;
entertainment activities, except when expressly prohibited;
Local visitation tourist , museums, galleries and art exhibits, aquarium, amusement parks , theme parks, water parks, presentations and drive-in;
conferences, conventions and trade fairs.
The decree determines that each establishment must carry out the entrance control , as long as it does not generate agglomeration.