Dozens of revelers took the streets of Rio de Janeiro to dance and sing in a sanctioned street party Monday, just a few weeks after authorities announced next year's Carnival celebrations will be cancelled or postponed until further notice due to COVID-19
For the first time since 1912, Rio’s carnival has been cancelled. “It is a tragedy. Many families, including mine, depend on it,” said Rose Antunes, a set designer and sculptor for the floating parades
#BREAKING Rio de Janeiro indefinitely postpones world-famous carnival over Covid-19: official
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Rio Ferdinand: "Ronaldo was the first person I saw employing nutritionists, a doctor, a physio, a chef. They lived in his house more or less. Going to his house, it was like a carnival. He invested in himself to become the best in the world."