As Lisbon’s restaurants adapt to a second state of emergency, they face a unique dilemma: If one employee contracts COVID-19, who will pay to test the rest of the staff?
This time, the measures include a curfew from 23h to 5h during weekdays as well as from 13h to 5h on Saturdays and Sundays, with exceptions.
Several community organizers and business owners claim that the Lisbon police force is far more stringent with minority-owned business than with those owned by whites.
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The redevelopment of the southern part of the station into a four-star hotel is on track, Sonae Capital tells Atlas.