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The Four Key Dates For Ease Of Lockdown In Portugal

Foto D.R - THE FOUR KEY DATES FOR EASE OF LOCKDOWN IN PORTUGALThe deconfinement plan revealed by the Portuguese government yesterday will be slow gradual. The four defining dates are as follows...

March 15th
• Nurseries, pre-school and infant schools 
• Hairdressers, manicurists and the like;
• Bookstores, car trade and real estate mediation;
• Libraries and archives.

April 5th
• Junior Schools 
• Social facilities for the disabled;
• Museums, monuments, palaces, art galleries and the like;
• Stores up to 200 m2 with a door to the street;
• Fairs and non-food markets (by municipal decision);
• Cafe/Restaurant outdoor terraces (max. 4 people);
• Low-risk sports facilities;
• Outdoor physical activity for up to 4 people and gyms without group classes.

April 19th
• Secondary education;
• University education;
• Cinemas, theatres, auditoriums, concert halls;
• Public offices with live attendance by appointment;
• All stores and shopping centers;
• Restaurants, cafes and pastry shops (max. 4 people inside or 6 on terraces) until 10 pm or 1 pm on weekends and holidays;
• Medium-risk sports facilities;
• Outdoor physical activity for up to 6 people and gyms without group classes;
• Outdoor events with reduced capacity;
• Weddings and baptisms with a 25% capacity.

May 3
• Restaurants, cafes and pastry shops (max. 6 people inside or 10 on terraces) with no time limit;
• All sports modalities;
• Outdoor physical activity and gyms;
• Large outdoor and indoor events with reduced capacity;
• Weddings and baptisms with 50% capacity.

GENERAL RULES
• Telework, whenever possible;
• Opening hours: 9:00 pm during the week; 1 pm at weekends and holidays or 7 pm for food retail;
• Prohibition of circulation between municipalities on 20-21 / 03 and from 26/03 to 5/04 (Easter).

Original article available in Portuguese at http://postal.pt/

 

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+4 #1 Brook 2021-03-12 18:31
It's a start and it's good to have a plan to move forward.

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