SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - The São Paulo City Hall has decided to ban bars and restaurants from serving customers on the sidewalks   establishments. The measure was announced on Saturday, July 4th, by Mayor Bruno Covas, who stated the rules for commercial establishments allowed to open on Monday, July 6th - also the case of beauty salons.

The ban on sidewalk service was announced after the record of customer crowds outside bars and restaurants in Leblon, in the southern zone of Rio de Janeiro.

Before the opening in Rio last week, the city considered allowing bars and restaurants to use public . . .

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