Portugal nearing red zone of Covid-19 risk matrix

By TPN/Lusa, in News, COVID-19 · 22-06-2021 09:33:00 · 2 Comments

Portugal is reportedly nearing the ‘red line’ of the coronavirus risk matrix, which serves as the basis for the country's deconfinement plan.

The transmission rate of the virus that causes Covid-19 and the incidence rate of cases are rising, increasing the level of risk.

Figures from the Directorate General for Health released yesterday (Monday) showed there were over 756 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 on Sunday; more than half of the cases are in the Lisbon and Vale do Tejo region (…) and three more deaths. The total number of hospital admissions the past week was the highest in two months.



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Comments:

Fear , Fear and More Fear........
Don't forget to walk into a cafe with a mask
Don't forget to eat and drink without it...
:-)

By Joseph from Lisbon on 22-06-2021 10:21

STOP your propaganda to scare people. You can report what censored experts, professors and doctors report, then you get the facts and realize that this is not a pandemic, this (corona) is a common flu that we have every year, neither more nor less. Many people die every year from the flu, this is no exception. Propaganda is to scare people into taking genetically modified and untested medicine (they call it a vaccine which it is not).

By Liz from Lisbon on 22-06-2021 09:45
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