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SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - Dozens of truckers parked their vehicles on Paulista Avenue yesterday afternoon, blocking two lanes of the city's most popular roadway. They complained about the quarantine enforced by the state and municipal governments, asked for vertical isolation, and expressed their support for President Jair Bolsonaro.

The line of trucks was three blocks long, and before that a motorcade of vans took place. The protest included a casket with pictures of the Mayor of São Paulo, Bruno Covas, and the State Governor, João Doria. There were several stickers with the message "Doria, out", the main . . .

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