Ten Percent of All Brazilian Shopping Malls Have Reopened After Quarantine Relaxation

In all, there are 34 cities in nine states where the restart of activities has already been authorized. Until a few days ago, all 577 malls in Brazil were closed.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil now counts 58 reopened shopping malls, some ten percent of the total 577 in the country, while 519 remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Five more malls have been reopened since last Friday, April 24th, according to the Brazilian Association of Shopping Malls (ABRASCE).

On Monday, April 27th, the following shopping malls were reopened: Resende Shopping, Shopping Pátio Mix Resende (Rio de Janeiro), Pelotas Shopping (Rio Grande do Sul), Várzea Grande Shopping (Mato Grosso); on Saturday, April 25th, Shopping Centronorte in Apucarana (Paraná) was reopened.

The reopening of trade has been gradually . . .

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