RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - One of Rio de Janeiro's symbols, the Copacabana Palace Hotel, in the South Zone, will resume its activities in August. However, there are still no details regarding the safety protocols to be adopted by the hotel during the reopening process.
The Copacabana Palace has been closed since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic. This was the first time the venue had been shut down since its inauguration in 1923.
Only two residents remain at the hotel: Andrea Natal, general director of the Belmond do Brasil Group, which runs the Copacabana Palace; and singer Jorge Ben . . .