RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Rio de Janeiro Court of Appeals Judge Paulo Rangel on Wednesday afternoon suspended the vaccine passport in the city. The magistrate understood that a municipal decree can never "prevent the freedom of movement of anyone for not being vaccinated." Only the measures that ban access to unvaccinated people were suspended.
"The decree remains in force regarding the other measures that do not affect freedom of movement, and any citizen is allowed to move freely through the locations mentioned in the decree irrespective of a vaccination card," the judge said in his ruling.
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