Brazil... Rio de Janeiro... Sugar Loaf.... Beach Copacabana... Ipanema... Soccer... Ronaldo... Pelé... Samba... Carnival... Rainforests... words cannot describe the charm and vividness of this only one Portuguese-speaking country in South America that is also the country of highly entertaining soccer.
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You can visit Brazil throughout the year. The weather is mostly splendid. Nevertheless, it has a rainy season affecting the northeast from April to July, Rio de Janeiro and the south from October to January.
The far south and southeast of the country has a cooler period between June and September, the rest of Brazil has a warm tropical climate.
Public health issues
Although contagious diseases, especially tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS, remain significant public health issues, non-communicable diseases and injuries have become critical causes of sickness and death.
Major infectious diseases in Brazil also include hepatitis A and hepatitis B, yellow fever, malaria, typhoid and rabies (in remote areas). Avoid eating contaminated food, drinking contaminated water, using contaminated needles and don’t engage in unsafe sex. Prescription medicine for malaria can