Brazil: São Paulo City drops vaccine passports and masks in cabs

Masks are still mandatory in public transportation and health services, such as hospitals.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The São Paulo City Hall has ended the mandatory requirement for proof of vaccination against the covid-19 in events and establishments in São Paulo's state capital. The change in the rule is part of a decree published last Saturday, May 14, in the city's Official Gazette.

The text signed by Mayor Ricardo Nunes (MDB) and the Municipal Health Secretary, Luiz Carlos Zamarco . . .

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