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Time Out Market Lisbon to temporarily close

The measure taken by the administration is a response to the new contingency measures imposed by the Government and a way to support business in its original spaces. The new measures presented by the Government for the coming weeks, after the state of emergency was…
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COVID 19: New measures and exceptions

The government’s new measures to combat the pandemic come into force on Monday. This Monday, November 9, Portugal begins a set of new rules in the fight against the pandemic of Covid-19, at a time when the country sets consecutive records of daily cases of the…
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New COVID 19 measures

In view of the epidemiological situation that occurs in Portugal, the Government decided to renew the state of calamity throughout the national territory until 23:59 on November 15, 2020 and extend to other municipalities the special measures that had been established for…
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COVID-19: New general rules for Portugal

The government has established new general rules for the country so that the return to school goes in the best way With the return to work after the holiday period and classes for students who have been at home since mid-March, the increase in the number of infected is…
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Ready your wallet: shopping centers to reopen!

Almost all shopping centers in Portugal reopened on June 1st, when the third phase of deconfinement was initiated due to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, in the Council of Ministers it was decided that the establishments of Greater Lisbon would remain closed — after all…
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Portugal beaches: a guide to the new rules

Portuguese Health Authorities have rolled out the definitive list of beach ‘do’s and dont’s for this extraordinary virus-blighted summer and the rules are not as strict as people had been fearing. The Navy will watch unsupervised beaches “to avoid situations…