Rio Mayoralty Submits Plans to Reopen City Gradually, Starting June 1st

As an argument for the resumption, the City Hall will use a letter signed by the Rio de Janeiro Hotel Association (ABIH-RJ) and seven other corporate organizations and residents' associations.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Commercial activities in Rio de Janeiro are close to officially resuming. This is at least the intention of the city's Mayor, Marcelo Crivella, who has elaborate plans to reopen trade and is ready to present them to the scientific community.

As an argument for the resumption, the City will use a letter signed by the Rio de Janeiro Hotel Association (ABIH-RJ) and seven other corporate organizations and residents' associations in the region of Barra da Tijuca, in the West Zone, planning to reopen between June 1st and 29th, while limiting access to bars, restaurants . . .

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