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Brazil’s São Paulo social isolation rate returns to pre-quarantine (March 2020) levels

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With vaccination advancing in the state of São Paulo, residents have been feeling more at ease to retake activities previously forbidden. The result of the relaxation is that compliance with social isolation is the same as before quarantine began.

The rate was even lower in São Paulo city. It reached 36% on Friday, while on March 17 2020 it stood at 38%.

The state government announced a quarantine on March 21 last year which came into force on March 24, initially for 15 days. The measure forced the closure of trade, except for essential . . .

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