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Transport with minimal services and simplified bureaucracy in ports

The Ministry of Transport has set minimum services for passengers and cargo during the declared state of emergency to combat the covid-19 pandemic and simplified customs rules for unloading goods at ports.


According to a Ministry note, humanitarian and emergency flights, transport of goods and cargo area, sea, rail and road, maritime transport for the oil industry and urban and intermunicipal rail transport with limited frequencies and passengers are covered by the minimum services.

Exits of essential goods such as food in the basic basket, fuel, medicines and hospital support materials are prohibited.

Urban and intermunicipal bus services are limited to one third of their capacity, as well as collective taxis, known as "candongueiros", and motor-taxi passenger transport is prohibited.

During this period, maritime, port, shipping and customs clearance activities will have simplified rules and automation of processes.

Ships, airplanes, trains and vehicles authorized to circulate will have to be equipped with masks, gloves and alcohol for personal use and cleaning of the vehicle, the Ministry of Transport also determines.

The validity periods of licenses or qualifications of aeronautical, maritime, railway and land personnel will be extended between 27 March and 01 June 2020.

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