São Paulo City Hall requires vaccination for restaurants and shopping centers, paving the way for a two-tier society

Mayor Nunes' decision comes at a time when the information war over Covid vaccines is gaining momentum and the narratives about whether they really protect or, on the contrary, could harm people, are increasingly controversial.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After months of mandatory masks, isolation measures, and lockdowns, the São Paulo city hall, copy-pasting big cities like New York, San Francisco, Paris, and others, now wants to go a big step further.

São Paulo Mayor Ricardo Nunes (MBD) announced Monday, May 23, that the city would require a "Covid-19 vaccination pass" for restaurant entry, shopping malls, and other establishments in the capital São Paulo. The document will be issued by an app.

The mayor explained that the Municipal Health Secretariat developed the application and will have a QR code. There . . .

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