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Covid-19: Portimão reopens after a drastic decrease in cases

Published on 07/05/2021

Today, May 7th, the municipality of Portimão will go directly to phase 4 of the deconfinement plan, due to “the collective effort of the community, which has allowed the incidence of coronavirus to drastically decrease in the municipality” in the last 14 days.

img decoding=”async” loading=”lazy” src=”http://algarvedailynews.com/images/news2/19091.jpg” alt=”Dr Photo – COVID-19: PORTIMÃO REOPENS AFTER A DRASTIC DECREASE IN CASES” width=”160″ height=”107″ style=”margin-right: 10px; margin-bottom: 5px; float: left;” />Today, May 7th, the municipality of Portimão will go directly to phase 4 of the deconfinement plan, due to “the collective effort of the community, which has allowed the incidence of coronavirus to drastically decrease in the municipality” in the last 14 days.
span>The City Council of Portimão states in a statement that “the resolution was published in the Diário da República at approximately 10:00 pm on Thursday, May 6, allowing the entry into force, today, of the following rules: reopening of restaurants, cafes and pastries (with a maximum capacity of six people, or ten per table on terraces); reopening of cinemas, theaters, auditoriums and theaters; all sports allowed; outdoor physical activity and all gymnasiums allowed (which may work with group classes, observing the rules of safety and hygiene); large outdoor and indoor events are allowed with reduced capacity; weddings are authorized and baptized with 50% capacity; reopening of all stores and shopping centers “.
span>While it will continue to be mandatory to wear a mask until the end of summer, the opening hours of establishments are as follows: restaurants and shows – until 10:30 pm; commerce in general – until 21:00 on weekdays and until 19:00 on weekends and holidays; restaurants in shopping centers – until 10:30 pm on weekdays and until 7:00 pm on weekends and holidays.

em style=”color: #ffffff;”>Original article available in Portuguese at http://postal.pt/