Fernando de Noronha in Brazil is reopening for tourists who have recovered from Covid-19. Photo: ShutterstockFernando de Noronha in Brazil is reopening for tourists who have recovered from Covid-19. Photo: Shutterstock
Fernando de Noronha in Brazil is reopening for tourists who have recovered from Covid-19. Photo: Shutterstock

Brazilian island reopens to welcome tourists, but only if they’ve had Covid-19

  • Fernando de Noronha has reopened for visitors after a five-month shutdown, but with one stipulation
  • Tourists have to have contracted and recovered from Covid-19 before being allowed on the island

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Fernando de Noronha in Brazil is reopening for tourists who have recovered from Covid-19. Photo: ShutterstockFernando de Noronha in Brazil is reopening for tourists who have recovered from Covid-19. Photo: Shutterstock
Fernando de Noronha in Brazil is reopening for tourists who have recovered from Covid-19. Photo: Shutterstock
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