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Rio: people visit Sugarloaf Mountain with new mandatory health pass


People visit Sugarloaf Mountain in Rio de Janeiro by presenting their health pass, a proof a vaccination against Covid-19, now mandatory to access public spaces and tourist venues. IMAGES

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