Against the cold wave, São Paulo erects tents and shelter in subway stations

To assist the homeless population, the São Paulo City Hall erects tents at strategic points in the state capital.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The arrival of a new cold front in São Paulo mobilizes the city and state governments in a task force to shelter homeless people and avoid deaths caused by low temperatures.

Actions such as the installation of tents to distribute soups and the use of a subway station to protect the homeless population are planned.

Today, the minimum temperature forecast for the São Paulo capital should be around 4°C, according to forecasts from the National Institute of Meteorology (Inmet). In less urbanized areas, especially in the south of the city, thermometers can reach . . .

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