São Paulo Mayor Covas Pledges More Beds for COVID-19 Patients

"We are going to gradually put hospitals in full steam ahead. The urgent priority is to open beds for COVID-19 in the city," the re-elected Mayor said during his swearing-in ceremony.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The mayor of São Paulo, Brazil's largest city, began his second term in office Friday, pledging to make more hospital beds available to COVID-19 patients an "urgent priority."

"We are going to gradually put hospitals in full steam . . .

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