The sanction of the governor of Sao Paulo, Tarcisio de Freitas (Republicans), on Wednesday (Feb. 15), to the bill that prohibits the requirement of proof of vaccination against Covid-19 for access to public and private places in the state was not integral.
But even though the governor vetoed six of the nine articles of the approved bill, the so-called “health passport” or “vaccine passport” should, in fact, end in the state of São Paulo.
In practice, only health professionals will continue to require the vaccine passport. This is because, with the partial sanction of the law, the . . .