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 . . .