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Inhotim adopts one more preventive measure to fight the yellow fever

Inhotim adopts one more preventive measure to fight the yellow fever

As of Tuesday, visitors are required to show their immunization records to enter the park

As of this coming Tuesday, January 23, all visitors must show their vaccination card in order to be granted access to the park, proving they had been immunized against the yellow fever at least ten days prior to their visit. This is yet another preventive action taken by the Institute, in partnership with the Health Department in the state of Minas Gerias, to raise awareness among visitors for how important it is to get immunized against the disease. For a while now, Inhotim has been making insect repellent available to visitors at strategic locations such as the Reception, Education Center, snack bars, cafes and restaurants.

The Institute states that no episode of the yellow fever has been identified at Inhotim, and that all the necessary preventive actions are currently being taken to fight the disease. Since mid-2017 when the first episodes were identified in Minas Gerais, Inhotim has been taking a number of actions.

Inhotim carried out an immunization campaign to provide vaccines and information to its employees. In addition, the Institute monitors animals on a daily basis.

Immunization records/vaccination cards will be individually checked upon arrival at the parking lot. Only visitors who have been immunized against the yellow fever at least ten days prior to their visit to the Institute will be granted access to the Park.

Opening hours have remained unchanged: Tuesday to Friday, from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM; weekends and holidays, from 9:30 AM to 5:30 AM. The (full price) admission fee is BRL 44 and tickets can be purchased at inhotim.org.br/visite/ingresso.
Inhotim adopts one more preventive measure to fight the yellow fever
As of Tuesday, visitors are required to show their immunization records to enter the park

As of this coming Tuesday, January 23, all visitors must show their vaccination card in order to be granted access to the park, proving they had been immunized against the yellow fever at least ten days prior to their visit. This is yet another preventive action taken by the Institute, in partnership with the Health Department in the state of Minas Gerias, to raise awareness among visitors for how important it is to get immunized against the disease. For a while now, Inhotim has been making insect repellent available to visitors at strategic locations such as the Reception, Education Center, snack bars, cafes and restaurants.

The Institute states that no episode of the yellow fever has been identified at Inhotim, and that all the necessary preventive actions are currently being taken to fight the disease. Since mid-2017 when the first episodes were identified in Minas Gerais, Inhotim has been taking a number of actions.

Inhotim carried out an immunization campaign to provide vaccines and information to its employees. In addition, the Institute monitors animals on a daily basis.

Immunization records/vaccination cards will be individually checked upon arrival at the parking lot. Only visitors who have been immunized against the yellow fever at least ten days prior to their visit to the Institute will be granted access to the Park.

Opening hours have remained unchanged: Tuesday to Friday, from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM; weekends and holidays, from 9:30 AM to 5:30 AM. The (full price) admission fee is BRL 44 and tickets can be purchased at inhotim.org.br/visite/ingresso.

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