RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Governor João Doria's administration on Wednesday (7) lifted the limit on the number of students in basic education schools present in class. Up to now, the rule of up to 35% of students was in force.
The return of in-person higher education has also been released. Universities and technical colleges will have to follow the maximum limits applicable to commerce. Currently, stores may operate at up to 40% capacity in the state.
State Education Secretary Rossieli Soares had announced in June that he intended to expedite the return to classes in the second . . .
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