Rio exempts proof of vaccination for malls and taxis
municipal decree was published today
Published in 03/12/2021 - 09:01 By Agência Brasil - Rio de Janeiro
The municipality of Rio de Janeiro published today (3) a decree that exempts the obligation to present proof of vaccination to enter shopping centers and shopping centers and also to use taxis and vehicles for applications.
In a decree yesterday, the city had decided to expand the vaccination certificate requirement for bars, cafeterias, restaurants, beauty salons and lodging facilities, in addition to shopping centers, shopping centers, taxis and vehicles per application.
Just yesterday, however, the city's mayor, Eduardo Paes, considered that it was a bit of an exaggeration to demand the certificate in shopping malls and private passenger vehicles. According to him, in these places it would be difficult to carry out inspections.
It is still necessary to prove that you are up to date with the municipality's vaccination calendar, that is, with two doses or a single dose, for those aged 12 or over, to enter bars, cafeterias, restaurants, beauty salons and health facilities. accommodation.
Vaccination certificates will also continue to be required in places already provided for in the August decree: gyms, clubs, stadiums, cinemas, theaters, concert halls, game rooms, circuses, children's recreation, entertainment activities, tourist attractions, museums , art galleries and exhibitions, aquarium, amusement parks, theme parks, water parks, presentations and drive-in , as well as conferences, conventions and trade fairs.
Text translated using artificial intelligence.
Edition: Graça Adjuto