São Paulo government extends current quarantine rules until July 15

The state Covid-19 Contingency Center issued a recommendation to maintain the so-called "transitional phase" of the São Paulo plan.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The São Paulo government announced Wednesday, June 23, that it would extend pandemic control restrictions now in effect until July 15. The state is currently in a so-called "transition phase" of the São Paulo plan.

The decision was made following an increase in the number of cases, hospitalizations, and deaths from Covid-19, according to Governor João Doria (PSDB). The recommendation was made by the state government's Covid-19 Contingency Center.

The group's coordinator, Paulo Menezes, said the state had an 8% increase in the number of cases per 100 . . .

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