On Friday (the second) and Saturday (the third), from 7 pm, the Ionapolis City Council is promoting a live show entitled “São João meets Pedro in Ionapolis”, with the participation of artists such as Chris Lima, Targino Gundem, Adelmario Coelho Coelho and Rooney Brazil.
The presentations, which will be broadcast online, through the city’s official YouTube channel and on the Grupo Globo Gshow website, will take place in Parque Gravatá, where a structure with a podium and boxes has been prepared for the guests. A buffet will also be served.
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The town hall has already handed out bracelets that ensure performances are entered in person to councilors and other authorities. Each guest is entitled to two bracelets.
pandemic – This event takes place in the midst of a pandemic and at a time when Eunápolis has 100% occupancy of intensive care beds, in both private and public network. The city also recorded its deadliest month in June since the start of the novel coronavirus pandemic. There are already 194 deaths and 11,489 patients confirmed to have Covid-19, with 312 active cases.
TCM recommends caution – On the last 17th day, the Bahia Municipal Court of Accounts (TCM) recommended caution to Bahia municipal administrators if they decide to use public resources to implement “Life of Jeninas”. TCM has warned that the allocation of municipal public resources to fund virtual celebrations by municipalities that have declared a state of public disaster in effect during June festivals, such as in Ionapolis, “may be understood as a distortion of priority/purpose in a load of expense, describing a possible violation of the principles of Reasonability, Ethics, and Economics”.
According to TCM, “In the current anti-covid scenario, from the point of view of prudence, there is still no plausibility in achieving personal festive events,” even because concerts, parties (public or private) and the like occur throughout Bahia until July 8, According to the state decree issued on Tuesday (29).
TCM recommended managers “moderate spending on virtual events, because ‘life’, at least directly, does not have immediate positive effects on the local economy, which managers should take into account if they choose to finance such events, and noted that” Expenses for virtual events cannot override the right to health and life.
Just by paying two attractions that will perform live, City Hall of Eunápolis will spend R$180,000, R$95,000 with Adelmário Coelho Coelho and R$85,000 with Targino Gondim, according to contracts published in the province’s official gazette.