SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - The governor of São Paulo, João Doria, said on Monday, May 25th, that he will decree a new extension of quarantine from June 1st, when the deadline he defined on May 8th for shutting down non-essential activities throughout the state expires.

Doria said that the next quarantine period will be varied around the state, depending on the degree of contamination in cities and regions. The details will be announced at a press conference scheduled for Wednesday morning, May 27th. "Of course we will have another quarantine, but in an intelligent way and not . . .

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