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Portugal is the 3rd EU country with most cases of Covid-19 per inhabitant

Portugal is the 3rd EU country with most cases of Covid-19 per inhabitant

Portugal is the third country in the European Union (EU), with most patients infected with Covid-19 per one million inhabitants, which places the country behind Spain and Belgium.
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GNR clamping down on public gatherings and drinking

GNR clamping down on public gatherings and drinking

GNR police are to be watchful of public gatherings and drinking in public, and called awareness as to the new regime of administrative offenses associated with the situations of calamity, contingency and alert due to Covid-19.
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Covid-19: cases in Algarve ‘increase considerably’

Covid-19: cases in Algarve ‘increase considerably’

The Algarve has today registered 14 new cases of Covid-19, according to data from the epidemiological bulletin of the Directorate-General for Health (DGS).
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easyJet resumes 51 routes from Portugal

easyJet resumes 51 routes from Portugal

easyJet started today flying 51 of its 64 routes from Portugal's 4 main airports - Lisbon, Porto, Faro and Funchal
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Vehicles are already traveling between Algarve and Andalusia

Vehicles are already traveling between Algarve and Andalusia

Circulation across the Portuguese-Spanish border over the international bridge of the Guadiana is already taking place on 1 July without any...
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Petition to push for Portugal air bridge

Petition to push for Portugal air bridge

As Portugal awaits news about whether or not the country will be given an air bridge between the country and the UK, a new online petition has been...
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Regional

Madeira extends state of calamity until 31 July

The Regional Government of Madeira will extend the calamity situation in the Autonomous Region until 31 July to promote the containment of the covid-19 pandemic, according to a resolution published in the Official Journal on 25 June.

Researchers detect pathogenic bacteria in waters of northern bathing beaches
In Regional on 28 Jun, 12h00

Azores reiterate efforts to make the islands autonomous in energy production
In Regional on 27 Jun, 10h00

Chega maintains Saturday demonstration and expects 1,500 participants
In Regional on 26 Jun, 12h55

Óbidos limits entrances to the village to 875 visitors
In Regional on 26 Jun, 01h00

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Algarve

Algarve intensifies aerial connections

The Algarve continues to resume the flow of commercial passenger flights, with the intensification in the coming days of the travel calendar of several foreign companies with Faro International Airport as a destination.

Monchique uses ozone for disinfection but authorities question the effectiveness of the method
In Algarve on 27 Jun, 18h00

A new celebration of Festival MED
In Algarve on 26 Jun, 01h00

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Business

Gone fishing in the Algarve

After 20 years guiding and running “Gone Fishing” a successful fishing charter business on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, it was time for a new adventure for Mark, Ali and their two teenagers.

Portugal improves poverty eradication goal
In Business on 26 Jun, 01h00

Learning Portuguese as an Adult vs. as a Child
In Business on 26 Jun, 01h00

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Sport

Lisbon to stage Champions League

It has been confirmed that the 2019/20 UEFA Champions League quarter-finals, semi-finals and final will be played as a straight knockout tournament with the games being split between Benfica’s Estádio da Luz (which will host the final) and Sporting´s Estádio José Alvalade.

Porto go top as Benfica self destruct
In Sport on 26 Jun, 01h00

US PGA without spectators
In Sport on 26 Jun, 01h00

The prodigy myth
In Sport on 26 Jun, 01h00

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