Without lockdown, Brazilian cities pass prohibition laws
Em matéria do site The Brazilian Report sobre a adoção de medidas restritivas no combate ao coronavírus, nosso sócio Guilherme Amorim fala sobre os limites estabelecidos pelo STF para essas ações.
“On Sunday, Brazil recorded more new coronavirus deaths than any other country in the world: 653 — with a total number of 22,666 casualties. Still, most Brazilian states and municipalities resist the idea of a strict lockdown. In São Paulo, for example, a six-day ‘weekend’ was created to raise social isolation rates, to no avail. And on a federal level, the government continues to bash even the mildest isolation policies. […]”
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