Imogestin was forced to stop the handover of the houses after the country entered a state of emergency at the end of March, and remained so until the last days. However, for fear that illegal occupations would occur in the Zango 5 central properties, Imogestin decided to resume the process last week.
The decision was taken after this second extension of the state of emergency brought relief.
However, the process will take longer than expected: "Deliveries have already resumed more slowly," revealed one source to Expansão.
The slowness is due to the fact that the country is still in a state of emergency and that there are still several prevention rules against covid-19.