With advanced vaccination, Portugal lifts most restrictions against Covid-19

On October 1, Portugal will lift most restrictions against Covid-19 still in force in the country. The move to the 3rd and final phase of the deconfinement plan will be possible as the country nears its goal of 85% of the population fully vaccinated against the disease.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The government on Thursday, September 23, announced that it will lift limits on capacity in cafes, restaurants, shopping malls, and movie theaters simultaneously.

Restrictions will be lifted for concerts audiences, weddings, and christenings. Bars and nightclubs will reopen, albeit only to vaccinated people or people who test negative for the virus.

Portugal will also cease to require a vaccination certificate or negative tests to access restaurants. In addition, the recommendation for companies to maintain part of their employees in remote work has been suspended.

Prime Minister Costa stated that the easing of restrictions has only been . . .

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