This time, he added, the celebration should be from home, with the family, on the balconies, singing the National Anthem, but without going out into the streets to respect the measures aimed at preventing the spread of the disease.
Following the Covid-19, the usual village parades that celebrate the date throughout the country had to be suspended this year, but from the homes people will join in a celebration that is a national tradition.
Yesterday, various international organizations called for a May Day celebration in defense of a dignified life, despite the conditions of isolation imposed by the pandemic.
The document, to which organizations such as the International People’s Assembly, the São Paulo Forum and the Women’s International Democratic Federation, among others, have joined, recognizes that although they will not take to the streets on that date, the workers’ struggle continues.(Prensa Latina)