Brazil’s São Paulo government allows only vaccinated public back to soccer stadiums

Vaccinated fans will be able to return to the games as of October 4th, initially with stadium capacity limited to 30% and later with an increase to 50%.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In small steps and without much noise, a two-tier society of vaccinated people with access to events and unvaccinated people without access is being implemented in São Paulo.

On Friday, The government of São Paulo state authorized the return of vaccinated fans to the [open-air] soccer stadiums, following what already occurs in other states with teams in the first division of the Brazilian Championship, such as Rio de Janeiro.

Vaccinated fans will be able to return to the games as of October 4th, initially with stadium capacity limited to 30% and later . . .

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