São Paulo retreats, will now require vaccination passport only for sports, fairs and congresses

Vaccination passports for restaurants, bars, shopping centers, and other businesses are only 'recommended' but not mandatory.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The São Paulo city government has backed down from the decision to force bars, restaurants, and shopping centers to require a vaccination passport for customers to visit their establishments. The city's health secretary, Edson Aparecido, said suddenly it was only a "recommendation".

"The mayor [Ricardo Nunes] has announced that events in the capital will require the passport, the . . .

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