São Paulo Government Compels Populace to Wear Masks on Streets as of May 7th

Governor João Doria is to issue a decree in an attempt to curb coronavirus contagion. Supervision will be conducted by the city authorities.

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - Governor João Doria announced that wearing masks will be mandatory throughout the state of São Paulo as of next Thursday, May 7th. The measure will be effective for people walking on the streets and other public areas. The wearing of masks on public transportation became mandatory on Monday, May 4th.

"The São Paulo state government will issue a decree tomorrow, Tuesday, May 5th, in which the wearing of masks will be mandatory throughout the state of São Paulo, by all citizens who are walking or going anywhere in the state. This measure . . .

To read the full NEWS and much more, Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?