Nearly 70% of the population has a mandatory 11pm curfew | Público (PT)

Lisbon and 89 other municipalities are now deemed high risk.

Approximately 6.6 million Portuguese residents, who represent close to 70% of continental Portugal’s population, are not permitted to be on the street between 11pm and 5am, according to Público.

As COVID-19 cases increase, health authorities are labeling a growing number of municipalities as very high risk or high risk and putting restrictions in place. As of now, 47 municipalities are very high-risk and make up 46% of the population, and 43 are high-risk and represent 22%, the news outlet reports.

Related: Curfew in Effect in Lisbon, Cascais, Sintra 23h to 5h, Restaurant Hours Cut


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