Bars and Restaurants to Reopen in São Paulo Starting Monday, Says Mayor

Establishments may only operate for six hours a day, hosting 40 percent of their capacity. Reopening depends on the state government's endorsement.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The São Paulo City Hall and Bar and Restaurant Associations have agreed on sanitary safety protocols to allow the return of face-to-face service in the capital. Confirmation is expected this Friday, June 26th, of the city's change to the yellow level, in accordance with São Paulo's economic reopening plan. The reclassification is conducted by the state government.

"It is expected that with this reclassification, they (bars and restaurants) can restart their activities from Monday," said Mayor Bruno Covas, in a video broadcast on social media on Wednesday, June 24th.

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