São Paulo to demand proof of city residence for Covid-19 vaccination

The requirement was disclosed by Mayor Ricardo Nunes at a press conference on Thursday, May 27.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - As of Friday, May 28, anyone wishing to be vaccinated against Covid-19 in the city of São Paulo will be required to provide proof of residence showing that they live in the city. The information was released by Mayor Ricardo Nunes at a press conference on Thursday, May 27.

New groups will be included in the vaccination list. Students in the last year of health-related courses and health workers over 18 may be vaccinated in the city. In addition to proof of residence, students need to produce a college certificate showing that they . . .

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