State parks in Sâo Paulo to resume normal opening hours this Sunday

According to the Health Secretariat, the vaccination campaign in São Paulo has already reached 75.9% of the adult population with at least one dose of vaccine.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The São Paulo government on Wednesday (28) relaxed the opening hours of state parks. As of August 1, all state's municipal parks and nature reserves will be fully operational again and have extended opening hours.

The resumption happens for the first time in the pandemic due to vaccination progress in the state, which once again advanced the schedule. The use of masks, a minimum distance of 1 meter, and the prohibition of the congregation are still mandatory. The other sanitary regulations of the place must be respected.

The state government also announced new flexibility . . .

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