Pernambuco, Brazil. The beach destination of Fernando de Noronha will open to tourists who have already been infected by the COVID-19 virus.
This decision was reported through a note from the Pernambuco state government together with the archipelago’s administration. They informed that there had been a gradual reopening as of this Tuesday, September 1.
To confirm that a tourist has been tourists have been infected prior and recovered, rapid test results will not be accepted; instead, either positive IgC serological tests performed by immunoassay, electrochemiluminescence or chemiluminescence methods, performed up to 90 days before departure will be accepted OR a positive RT-PCR, performed at least 20 days before departure shall be accepted.
Fernando de Noronha has been closed since March 21 and partially open on June 13 to residents with permission
Source: Jornal do Brasil