Before your trip, find out if any immunizations are required.
Currently, the yellow fever vaccine is recommended for Brazil, but is mandatory for some Latin American countries and must be taken at least 11 days before the boarding date. In countries where the vaccine is mandatory, passengers must present their International Vaccination Certificate.
Consult your doctor. Passengers who are not in compliance with these requirements may be denied entry into some countries.
GOL destinations for which vaccinations are required*
- Suriname - Paramaribo (PBM);
- Asuncion - Paraguay (ASU)**;
- Santa Cruz de La Sierra - Bolivia (VVA);
- Quito - Equador (UIO);
- Punta Cana - República Dominicana (PUJ).
*This is a general recommendation; some destinations may require passengers to be vaccinated for yellow fever and other diseases. Always check the recommendations and requirements of your destination before traveling. Please remember that yellow fever vaccines must be applied at least 11 days before the boarding date.
**Passengers must present the International Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate. The requirement became effective on February 1st, 2018.
For more information, please consult GOL’s Online Customer Service, or the website of the National Public Health Agency (Anvisa).
Please Note: If you are going to travel to a destination not served by GOL, please check with the embassy of that country or visit the website of the partner airline to determine what vaccines are required.