SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - São Paulo City Hall will have traffic blocks on avenues in the capital from next Monday, May 4th. Restrictions on the flow of vehicles are intended to help increase the rate of social isolation in the city, which is currently below 50 percent, according to the mayoralty. The ideal rate to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus, according to health authorities, is between 60 and 70 percent.
According to the city hall, if the population's compliance to isolation fails to increase from Monday, blockades on the city's roads could be planned and . . .
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