The government isn’t trying to take away your right to party because they’re evil, but it sure feels that way.
Portugal’s vaccination chief Francisco Ramos says the country’s health system can start vaccinations the same day as they arrive in the country.
As the COVID-19 pandemic stretches on, Lisbon’s coworking spaces are being forced to adapt to new restrictions and work habits — and banking on a comeback.
Through the end of the year, Portugal’s state of emergency rules get a bit complicated, but we have you covered.
Vaccinations will start in January for vulnerable populations such as people over with 50 with certain health conditions and those residing or working in elderly care facilities.
The country is buying 22 million vaccines, enough for two doses for each member of the population.
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