RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Mayor of São Paulo, Bruno Covas, announced the in-person operation of offices and car dealerships in the city as of this Friday, June 5th. According to Covas, the two sectors signed a protocol with the city government on Thursday, June 4th, containing the guidelines for the establishment's partial operation.
According to the protocol, in-person office hours will be limited to four hours a day - outside the city's rush hours - with 1.5-meter spacing between employees, encouraging home office, particularly for mothers of young children, and the commitment that companies . . .