With the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020, it was soon necessary to implement restrictive measures to avoid contamination by the new disease such as curfew and reduced public capacity. However, what was very common to see, especially on weekends, was the disregard for these rules. Thus, 72 sites have been closed in Campo Grande so far.
The most recent of these caused outrage by the audacity of the organizers. The sertanejo show of the duo Ícaro and Gilmar brought together more than 15 thousand people last Saturday (24). After the event, which in addition to not having authorization to be carried out by the Health Surveillance and breached several health rules, the city imposed a R $ 15,000 fine and banned Terra Nova Eventos.
According to the city, from March 2020 to January 26, 2021, 144 assessments and 72 interdictions of establishments were carried out due to non-compliance with current decrees due to the Covid-19 pandemic. In total, 7,489 complaints were investigated.
Among the main irregularities found are the operation at a time not allowed in disagreement with the curfew, and non-compliance with biosafety measures, such as social distance, use of masks and over capacity.
The penalties are distinguished between warning, interdiction and fine, which can vary from R $ 100 to R $ 15 thousand, according to the Municipal Health Code.