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Protesters block access to Viracopos Airport

On the morning of this Friday, the 25th, demonstrators blocked the Santo Dumont highway, which gives access to the Viracopos Airportin Campinas, one of the busiest in the country.

According to images posted on Twitter, the group placed wooden obstacles to prevent vehicle traffic. The images also show a long line of trucks.

In this video, the author of the recording says that cars, motorcycles, ambulances and vehicles with live cargo are being allowed to pass, using the shoulder.

The road is the only access to the terminal, being the connection between the interchange of Santos Dumont Highway (SP-75) and Miguel Melhado Campos Highway (SP-324) to Viracopos.

In a note, the Campinas Municipal Development Company (Emdec) stated that traffic is congested, but flowing, and only trucks are being prevented from continuing their journey.

The avenue is not within the scope of the Federal Highway Police (PRF), and the Military Police are already on site, according to the corporation.

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