São Paulo Announces Gradual Reopening Plan for Schools, Starting in September

The plan provides for the reopening of public and private educational institutions, conditional upon a reduction in the pandemic in São Paulo's municipalities. The initial stage should involve 35 percent of all students.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The governor of São Paulo, João Doria, and the Secretary of Education, Rossieli Soares, on Wednesday announced the "post-covid" plan to reopen public and private education institutions, aimed at the return of 13.5 million students to the state's classrooms.

The plan determines that the institutions may be opened as soon as all of São Paulo's cities complete 28 days in stage 3 (yellow) of the São Paulo plan to relax economic activities. The idea is that the resumption should occur evenly in all of São Paulo's . . .

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