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Ibanez says it will not resume mandatory use of masks

Ibanez says it will not resume mandatory use of masks

The Federal District government does not intend to resume the mandatory use of the mask. For a while, at least.

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despite of Technicians from the Ministry of Health recommend people to wear a mask indoorsthe ruler Ibanes Rocha (MDB) won’t make this mandatory, as it did at the height of the pandemic.

The transmission rate of the Covid virus is 1.46. It is considered high by the World Health Organization (WHO). However, Ibanes said on Twitter that the decision to make the mask mandatory should take into account other indicators, such as “infection, hospitalization and mortality.” “At the moment, this measure is not necessary,” he said.

Publications circulating on social media of a post reporting the signature of a decree forcing residents to use the safety component are fake.

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