Sara Barradas prevented from traveling with TVI’s delegation due to Covid-19 – Ferver


Sara Barradas stayed ashore last Monday and was unable to board for New York. The protagonist of ‘Quer o Destino’, nominated for the International Emmy Awards, which took place at dawn from Monday to Tuesday, was prevented from joining the rest of the entourage of TVI’s soap opera in the US when she was ‘barred’ at the door boarding in Lisbon. All because it does not have the two doses of vaccine against Covid-19 (because it had the virus in early 2021), a mandatory requirement to enter North American territory.“At the boarding gate a man from TAP told me that the US would not let anyone in who did not have the two doses of the vaccine, even though he had already had Covid. It’s my case. I had Covid at the beginning of the year, and when I went to take the vaccine I was told that I would get the certificate with just one dose”, revealed the artist. Sara added that she was preparing to travel with “a certificate, a PCR test, a doctor’s statement, a visa and passport”, but these documents were of no avail. Indignation took over the actress, who, at the airport, was forced to say goodbye to her colleague Filipe Vargas, who continued on her journey. José Raposo’s wife went to the plane already made up and combed since the flight landed in the USA just half an hour before the event. “It probably didn’t have to happen… Life loves to take the rug out of me.”In New York, hours later, ‘Quer o Destino’ lost the Emmy for Best Soap Opera for the Chinese production ‘The Song of Glory’.

Disease drives US actor away
Isaac Taylor was another casualty of the cast of ‘Want Destiny’ in New York. Due to gastroenteritis, the actor stayed in Lisbon and did not embark for the US. The artist, who was until the last minute to fly, informed TVI on Saturday morning that he would not be able to make the trip and, on social networks, lamented the impossibility of attending the gala.

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