Author: O Vadio
Portugal’s COVID-19 State of Emergency to End May 2
April 29, 2020
Restrictions will still be in place, but for now, small neighborhood shops are scheduled to reopen May 4, grades 11 and 12 return to classes May 18 and creches reopen June 1.
Portugal’s State of Emergency Extended to May 2; COVID-19 Death Toll at 820
April 24, 2020
“We are now closer to the end of April, the decisive month for us to win the second phase [of the state of emergency]. And we are winning that second phase,” President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa said. Fingers crossed.
Health Officials Approve Some Use of Masks as Portugal Coronavirus Death Toll Reaches 629
April 16, 2020
Health officials in Portugal say it could be a good idea to use face masks in enclosed spaces.
Portugal’s Coronavirus Death Toll Reaches 567, Confirmed Cases Inch Up to 17,448
April 14, 2020
The Portuguese Parliament voted to renew the state of emergency until April 17.
Coronavirus: It’s Gonna Get Worse, Or Why We Can’t Have Nice Things
April 3, 2020
We got too relaxed, just like Antonio Costa and other responsible adults around the world warned us not to. And we’re — you know what, scratch that — YOU’re gonna pay for it, you life-hacking geniuses.
Coronavirus in Portugal: What Does 33 Deaths, 2,362 Cases Mean?
March 24, 2020
It’s unclear whether the number of confirmed cases is an accurate representation of the number of people actually infected in Portugal, as local health experts have said there’s not enough testing.
23 Dead from Coronavirus in Portugal, 2,060 Infected
March 21, 2020
While there will be restrictions on movement and assembly, you can still go to work, the store and even for a run, as long as you maintain social distancing.