Coronavirus live updates: Trump says White House task force will continue its work
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Coronavirus live updates: Trump says White House task force will continue its work

The northeastern Brazilian city of São Luís became the country’s first to go under lockdown on Tuesday, as officials instructed 1.5 million residents to stay home to salvage its overwhelmed health system.

As Brazil grapples with the worst coronavirus outbreak in Latin America, the city’s court-ordered restrictions go far beyond any measures in the rest of the country — and may influence others to follow suit.

But for 10 days, São Luís, the capital of poor, tropical Maranhão state, will turn into a ghost town anyway.

Schools, public transit, parks and most businesses have been shuttered, while most residents are allowed to go outside only to shop at supermarkets or pharmacies, according to the Associated Press.

Although Maranhão has more than tripled its number of intensive care beds, mounting cases have left the city’s health system nearing capacity. Worried private hospitals sought a stronger response in court, and last week, a judge ordered the city to implement its mandate, including possible fines of up to $360.

The judge, Douglas Martins, said Brazil’s governors had not established sufficient penalties for preexisting orders, likely because of worries about getting reelected.

“With this ruling,” he told the AP, “perhaps we will have given the freedom that governors need nationally.”

It may already be working. On Tuesday, the neighboring state of Pará said it would lock down its most-infected municipalities this week, while Rio de Janeiro’s governor is reportedly considering similarly restrictive measures.

“We have a national challenge, but the federal government keeps sabotaging efforts to confront it,” Flávio Dino, the governor of Maranhão, told the AP. Bolsonaro “makes our work harder,” he added.

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