Brazil’s reopening: Can you samba and socially distance? The giant statue of Christ the Redeemer overlooks Rio from the 2,329-foot summit of Corcovado. Photo: @world__world_world Brazil’s reopening: Can you samba and socially distance? The giant statue of Christ the Redeemer overlooks Rio from the 2,329-foot summit of Corcovado. Photo: @world__world_world
Brazil’s reopening: Can you samba and socially distance? The giant statue of Christ the Redeemer overlooks Rio from the 2,329-foot summit of Corcovado. Photo: @world__world_world

Brazil is now open to tourism – but how safe is it? With zero testing and quarantine on arrival, luxury hotels are stepping up social distancing – but would you fly to Rio de Janeiro or São Paulo for a holiday right now?

Home of the Amazon, Pantanal, Iguazu Falls and Corcovado, beautiful Brazil has opened its doors again despite clocking 4.5 million coronavirus infections and counting, but will sanitising gels in your room be enough to convince tourists it is safe to visit? And can you really samba and socially distance?

Topic |   Brazil
Brazil’s reopening: Can you samba and socially distance? The giant statue of Christ the Redeemer overlooks Rio from the 2,329-foot summit of Corcovado. Photo: @world__world_world Brazil’s reopening: Can you samba and socially distance? The giant statue of Christ the Redeemer overlooks Rio from the 2,329-foot summit of Corcovado. Photo: @world__world_world
Brazil’s reopening: Can you samba and socially distance? The giant statue of Christ the Redeemer overlooks Rio from the 2,329-foot summit of Corcovado. Photo: @world__world_world
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