Use of Masks in São Paulo’s Subway, Trains, and Buses Will Be Compulsory

The state government and city hall will issue decrees on May 4th which will also be applicable to transportation apps.

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - The governor of São Paulo, João Doria, announced on Wednesday, April 29th, that as of May 4th, the use of masks will be compulsory for passengers in the subway, trains of the São Paulo Metropolitan Train Company (CPTM) and inter-municipal buses managed by the state government .

The same measure will also apply to drivers and users of transportation and taxi apps. As of the same date, the capital city government will publish a decree mandating the use of masks on city buses.

Cities in the metropolitan region, such as Guarulhos, and municipalities . . .

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