However, during the past few days, images of agglomerations have been increasingly common. Parties in different neighborhoods of the city, large events with people who do not wear a mask and do not maintain social distance seem to be repeated.
To explain the real impacts of these agglomerations still in the pandemic, the G1 two experts interview: doctor Heliana Feijó, professor at the Federal University of Amazonas, and epidemiologist Jesem Orellana, from Fiocruz.
The government of Amazonas informs that complaints about irregular agglomerations can be made to the Integrated Inspection Center (CIF), by calling 181 and 190.
Party in a luxury condominium brought together about 50 people in Manaus – Photo: Reproduction
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