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Covid-19: Restrictions come to an end in Brazil São Paulo on Monday

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Henceforth, all establishments in the state may operate with no limits on capacity or opening hours, and parties with a dance floor, soccer matches in stadiums, and standing-room-only concerts are also allowed.

However, mask use will remain mandatory, as will the requirement for a "vaccine passport" in events with over 500 people.

With the new measures, all restrictions imposed by the São Paulo Plan come to an end. Municipalities will be free to follow the State's relaxation measures. In the São Paulo capital, events with over 500 people have been allowed . . .

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