RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Governor João Doria was clear in his speech during a press conference on Wednesday, August 18, at the Bandeirantes Palace: the State of São Paulo is no longer in quarantine.
The day before, the government announced the end of time and audience capacity restrictions for cultural activities such as museums, cinemas, theaters and concerts - the latter, provided the audience is seated. Medium and large musical performances with a standing audience are still banned.
As a result, concert halls and theaters are slowly starting to increase their audience capacity, although the use of masks is . . .