SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - The extended rotation implemented yesterday in the city of São Paulo removed cars from the streets in the capital's business center, but led to crowding in public transportation.
The feeling for those who had to use the subway and train by late afternoon yesterday, when most people were returning home from work, was of a typical Monday, due to the number of passengers in the stations and trains. Except for the mandatory masks, it hardly seemed that the country was going through a crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
A reporter boarded the . . .