The “large-scale national event” expects more than 40 coaches from different parts of the country, gathering, at 3:30 pm. The professionals consider that the current situation “has reached the limit of viability” [because of the current Covid-19 context] and requires the immediate adoption of measures, including the granting of non-refundable support, to restaurants, bars, clubs, event organisers, musicians, actors, and producers, among others.
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