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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Mayor of Rio, Marcelo Crivella, published on Friday, March 13th, a decree regulating the fight against the coronavirus in the city.

The measure allows the "exceptional and temporary restriction of entering and leaving the city", through highways, ports or airports.

According to the text, all would be subject to specific advice from the National Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA).

Next week, as of March 16th (Monday), the City will suspend classes in the municipal school system.

The decree also provides for compulsory vaccination, medical examinations and other forms of health tests. The rule does not detail . . .

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