Spread the love

Brazil is readying itself for a return to festivals after an almost two-year ban on mass gatherings. In the state of Sao Paulo, pandemic restrictions on events ended on Nov. 1, marking a return to festivals after an almost 600 day ban on large public assemblies. There are dozens of events and trade shows already scheduled for the final months of this year, including highly anticipated affairs like the F1 Grand Prix, Oktoberfest, and the large Christmas village of Villa de Natal. However, to attend, participants must wear a face mask and either: be fully vaccinated against the CCP virus, or provide proof of at least one vaccine dose along with a negative PCR test no older than 48 hours. For many, this is an acceptable price to pay for a return to pre-pandemic festivities. “The evolution of vaccination in Sao Paulo and Brazil ensures responsible fun,” Walter Cavalheiro Filho, CEO of WGroup and founder …