SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - The governor of São Paulo, João Doria, announced yesterday, April 6th, the extension of quarantine, a period in which only essential services, such as supermarkets and drugstores, may operate as usual in the state of São Paulo.
As a result, the quarantine, originally scheduled to end today, April 7th, will continue for another 15 days, until April 22nd. The measure applies to all the state's 645 municipalities.
In a press conference, Doria spoke mainly to all those who advocate a return to work. Quoting Pope Francis and economist Joseph Stiglitz, and allowing . . .