Twenty-five people died in October in a riot at that same prison.
The federal government said last week it will make resources available to the states to improve the local prisons under a new federal security plan.
Federal and state officials think the uprisings in Amazonas state were caused by a territorial dispute between rival gangs First Capital Command, known as PCC, and Families of the North, known as FDN. The uprisings in Roraima state are still being investigated.
According to state news agency Agencia Brasil, Roraima state has requested assistance from the National Guard to police its prisons.
The initial request cameafter an October riot at the Agricultural Penitentiary of Monte Cristo.
Brazil has the fourth largest prison population in the world, with more than 622,000 people behind bars, according to its justice ministry. That puts it behind the United States, Russia and China.