2022 Brazil Carnaval: City of São Paulo expects 15 million people and unrestricted partying

According to the Municipal Health Secretariat, 82% of São Paulo residents are now fully immunized with the two-dose or single-dose Covid-19 vaccine.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Anyone missing street parties can start hoping for events to return. On Monday, October 4, São Paulo Mayor Ricardo Nunes announced that the São Paulo capital estimates that 2022 will see the largest event ever held in the city, with 15 million people.

"If we maintain today's data, with an increase in vaccination and a drop in the number of deaths, we will hold Carnaval. We are very close to zero deaths," the Mayor said, adding that there will be no restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic.

During the press conference, Nunes also . . .

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