Wearing masks during public exams and entrance exams became law in Rio. Jobs & Business

Movimentação é grande no centro comercial de Duque de Caxias e nem todas as pessoas usam máscara
The acting governor, Claudio Castro, signed legislation that stipulated the compulsory use of masks by candidates during entrance exams and public competitions in Rio de Janeiro. The rule was published in the official gazette of the state on Thursday.

The measure will be valid during the coronovirus epidemic. The institute or executive branch will be responsible for providing masks to the candidates at the entrance, and they should have masks reserved for exchange. Use of a mask should be observed from entry to test locations until exiting from the same. Disabled candidates who prohibit their use will be exempted from the use of the mask. In the event of non-compliance, the candidate may be terminated.

“According to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States, wearing a mask reduced the risk of Kovid-19 infection by 25%, while only those who kept the distance justified the author” standard, Deputy Rosenweg Rees (MDB).

Other measures

Bodies organizing competitions should ensure a personal distance of 1.5 meters between candidates, as well as providing prison alcohol. Candidates should check their measurements and, if the temperature is higher than 37.5, the person should be directed to a special room for testing. Without physical contact or handling of documents, the identity of the candidate has to be remotely carried out. To sign the attendance list, an alcohol disinfection kit will be provided.

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