14 counties in the Algarve are currently classified as having a very high or extremely high risk of contagion, according to the update of the cumulative incidence of cases of Covid-19, over 14 days, released yesterday by the Directorate-General for Health (DGS). According to the bulletin, which compiles data between 20 January and 2 February, only Aljezur and Vila do Bispo are at moderate risk in the Algarve, that is, they have less than 240 new cases per 100 thousand inhabitants. According to the DGS, the municipality of Castro Marim has the highest incidence of contagion, followed by Vila Real de Santo António, and Loulé.