RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Wednesday, August 5th, the governor of São Paulo, João Doria, authorized the operation of restaurants in the state until 10 PM. In the previous rule, these venues were allowed to operate only until 5 PM. The measure is effective from Thursday, August 6th, in regions that have been in the yellow phase of the São Paulo Plan for at least two weeks.
The operating period is still restricted to six hours a day, despite the expanded schedule. According to Doria, establishments may choose to open on a consecutive or fractional basis, such . . .