Rio authorizes beach permanence and ends curfew

The restrictive measures had been in place since March, in order to contain the Covid-19 pandemic, but expired with the publication of a new decree on May 7th, by Rio de Janeiro's City Hall.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The city of Rio de Janeiro has authorized people and businesses to remain on the city's beaches on all days, including weekends and public holidays.

The curfew on the streets from 11 PM to 5 AM has also been lifted. The new measures will be in force until May 20th.

The restrictive measures had been in place since March, in order to contain the Covid-19 pandemic, but expired . . .

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