Prime Minister Antonio Costa said, “If all goes well, the Council of Ministers will be able to confirm on Thursday that from next Monday the country will take new steps in the absence of a definition.” The measures set for April 5.
The scheme presented on 11 March, from Monday, the reopening of schools of 2 and 3 cycles of social equipment in the field of disability; Museums, monuments, palaces, art galleries and the like; Stores up to 200 m2 with street doors; Fairs and non-food markets based on municipal decisions; Of roofs; Gym without group classes; Low risk sports and physical activity out for four people.
“We are in a good moment of epidemic control. The number of cases is decreasing, the number of patients in intensive care is decreasing, the number of deaths is decreasing and we are already seeing a choking dropper. Are executing our program “, Prime Minister declared
Last Thursday, the Republic’s President Marcello Rebelo de Susa decided to renew the state of emergency after necessary authorization from the Assembly of the Republic, later signing the government’s decree that governs it.
Under the state of emergency, the government imposed a general duty of house collection and closure of a set of activities, installations and services from 15 January.
Activities were resumed through day care centers, pre-school education and first cycles of basic education, commerce with wickets and esthetic establishments, such as hairdressers.
The government’s divestment plan announces new phases of reopening on 05, 19 April and 3 May, but measures can be modified if 120 new cases of new coronovirus infection in Portugal occur in 14 days per 100 thousand residents Or, the index (Rt) of the SARS-CoV-2 virus is greater than 1 if infectious.
The movement between municipalities for the general public will remain on weekends and in the current week until April 5, to cover the Easter period, and the duty of home collection will also apply until then.
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