Court suspends restrictive measures against pandemic in the city of Rio

The decision granted an injunction against four decrees issued by Mayor Eduardo Paes. The city will appeal the decision.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The restrictive measures against the spread of Covid-19 in the municipality of Rio de Janeiro were suspended on Tuesday, April 20th, by a ruling of a lower court judge. The decision was made by Judge Regina Lucia Chuquer, from the 6th Public Finance Court of the Capital, who granted an injunction against 4 decrees issued by Mayor Eduardo Paes designed to reduce the spread of the disease in the city.

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