RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The State Health Secretariat of São Paulo reported earlier that the portion complying with the social distancing measures stood at 55 percent on Saturday, April 11th. The rate, measured by the Intelligent Monitoring System (SIMI-SP), of the state government, showed a decrease of two percent over the preceding day.
Last Thursday, April 8th, the rate stood at 47 percent. All records are at odds with the optimal rate to prevent the spread of Covid-19, which is 70 percent, according to the coordinator of the Coronavirus Contingency Center in São Paulo, infectologist David . . .