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Crivella Preserves Isolation Measures in Rio but Ensures Opening of Churches

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Mayor Marcelo Crivella announced on Monday, May 25th, that he will not relax social isolation in Rio. The decision was made following a meeting with the city's Scientific Council.

"We will not relax social isolation measures. We must wait a while longer to restart the return to activities". Restrictions are to continue in the municipality for another week when they will be reassessed.

According to the Mayor, there are now protocols in place for activities that may be the first to return in June. "We are talking about furniture stores, for instance, where we don . . .

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