Lisbon, Portugal (by/Naveed Ahmed): The decree-law that amends and simplifies measures in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic, including the end of the recommendation of teleworking and the confinement of people considered at risk, was published on Friday in the Diário da República.
However, the decree-law recalls that “the number of deaths recorded per million inhabitants is still at a very high value, so the lifting of measures applicable in the context of the pandemic must proceed with caution and in stages”.
In a note published on the official website of the Presidency of the Republic on the Internet, it is read that the head of state, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, “enacted the Government diploma amending measures applicable in the context of the Covid-19 disease pandemic”.
With the new legislation, “the confinement of risky contacts; the recommendation of teleworking; the limits of capacity in establishments, equipment and other places open to the public; the requirement to present a digital certificate, except for border control; the requirement for a negative test result for access to major events, sports venues, bars, and clubs” will be terminated.
On the other hand, “the requirement of a negative test remains, except for holders of a certificate of recovery or a certificate of complete vaccination with a booster dose, for visits to homes, visits to patients hospitalized in health care establishments “, as well as the “use of a mask in interior spaces where it is currently required”, according to the statement from the Council of Ministers, will remain in force.
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