Check out what opens and what closes on this 7th holiday.

This Tuesday (7), the national holiday of the Independence Day of Brazil, in addition to the tension regarding acts against Brazilian democracy, citizens must pay attention to the functioning of various services. The Brazilian Federation of Banks (Febraban) announced that the Bank agencies will not work in person, just online.

Thus, self-service services are maintained, as well as digital and remote service channels, such as internet and mobile banking.

Bills for bills such as water, energy, telephone and payment slips due on September 7th can be paid, without surcharge, on Wednesday (8), which is the next business day. According to Febraban, the taxes already come with dates adjusted to the calendar of national, state and municipal holidays.

In addition, bank slips from customers registered as electronic drawees may be paid through authorized direct debit (DDA).

The agencies of the post offices will be closed and open only on Wednesday (8).

the posts of Saves time will be closed throughout the State of São Paulo this Tuesday (7). On Wednesday (8), the units return to normal operation.

In the cities of Itaquaquecetuba, Pindamonhangaba, Salto and Santos, service will only resume on Thursday (9), due to municipal holidays. Digital channels continue to function during the long holiday.

THE SPTrans informs that the circulation of buses on Tuesday (7) will be equivalent to the fleet on Saturdays. During the holiday, service stations for users of the Common, Vale-Transporte, Student and Professor tickets located in the bus terminals and transfer stations will operate normally from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm. The Metro Jabaquara, Santana and Augusta store stations will be closed.

You municipal parks will be open on holiday. The units of Work and Entrepreneurship Support Center (CATe) will be closed. The activities will resume from Wednesday (8).


The City of São Paulo suspended themunicipal car hate for cars and trucks this Tuesday (7). The other restrictions existing in the city will not be released. The Zone of Maximum Restriction on the Movement of Trucks (ZMRC) and the Zone of Maximum Restriction on Chartered Persons (ZMRF) are maintained. The Blue Zone spaces and exclusive bus lanes will not be released either. On Wednesday (8), the municipal rotation will resume normally.

In 2020, the government of the state of São Paulo removed restrictions on circulation as a result of the flexibilization of the São Paulo Plan, to face the health crisis. However, the Municipal Health Department recommends that the population redouble their care to avoid contamination, that is: the use of masks, hand hygiene and social distancing.


There will be no vaccination against Covid-19 this September 7 in at least 16 of the 39 cities in the metropolitan region of São Paulo.

In the capital, on Tuesday (7), vaccination is suspended. In Mogi das Cruzes, Arujá and Salesópolis, as well as in Itaquaquecetuba there will also be no vaccinations.

Ideally, you should look for information on the website of the Municipal Secretariat of the city where you live to find out if the vaccination will take place.

Edition: Anelize Moreira

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