After 15 Coronavirus Deaths, São Paulo Governor Decrees Quarantine as of Tuesday

This measure, which will close bars, restaurants and non-essential services, will become effective on Tuesday. Transport and industry will continue operating.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Saturday, the governor of São Paulo, João Doria, ordered a statewide quarantine starting on Tuesday due to the coronavirus crisis. The measure should be in effect until April 7th but may be extended for a longer period.

Bars, restaurants, and all non-essential establishments should be closed. "These businesses will need to be creative, use delivery to preserve their revenue and staff," said the governor. Doria emphasized that people who can . . .

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