Almost 70 Percent of São Paulo Inmates’ Relatives Have No News During Pandemic

Based on replies from 1,283 relatives of inmates, the survey found that 69.6 percent have had no information or contact during this time of restricted visits.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The majority of relatives of people incarcerated in the state of São Paulo have had no news during the novel coronavirus pandemic, shows a survey released on July 15th by the Getulio Vargas Foundation's Center for Bureaucracy Studies.

Based on replies from 1,283 relatives . . .

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