Covid-19 in Brazil: Ceará decrees 10-day statewide curfew from Thursday

"Until the vaccine reaches everyone, prevention is the only way to stop this rapid increase in cases", announced Governor Camilo Santana.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Governor Camilo Santana announced a statewide curfew starting this Thursday, February 18th, between 10 PM and 5 AM, with the exception of professionals working in essential services. The measure will be in effect until February 28th, with the aim of curbing the surge of Covid-19 in Ceará.

The measures announced by the governor include:

  • Suspension of on-site activities in public and private schools and universities (as of Friday);
  • Trade will remain in operation until 8 PM from Monday to Friday;
  • Ban on any parties or commemorative events, in . . .

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