Hopes pinned on September

in News, COVID-19 · 13-07-2021 09:50:00 · 6 Comments

Portugal’s general director of Health, Graça Freitas, believes that from September it will be possible to remove restrictions and learn to live with Covid-19.

She said by that time 70% of the eligible population will be fully vaccinated.

In an interview with TSF and Jornal de Notícias, Graça Freitas revealed that the country is at an “excellent rate of vaccination”, predicting that “in early September (…) the tendency will be to resume our lives with relief from the measures”.



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Comments:

I remember it was only 15 days to slow the spread. And here we are…

By Daco from Algarve on 13-07-2021 04:37

Amazing how docile and easily manipulated the Portuguese are. They are literally lying to you on a daily basis, flooding your country with illegals, selling your land and businesses to the Chinese, locking you in your house, and YOU DO NOTHING!!!!

By Latoysha Adams from USA on 13-07-2021 03:04

Respiratory illness deaths will begin to rise again in September. Because...seasonality. More specifically, less vitamin D from less sunshine.

You would hope a Health Director would know this. I fully expect she does, so draw your own conclusions.

By Linda from Alentejo on 13-07-2021 02:30

Perhaps this is not meant to go over; wake up.

By Pedro from Lisbon on 13-07-2021 12:37

Fully vaccinated Israel begins making 3rd injection of vaccine as the "delta" has reduced the effectiveness of the vaccine to 64%.
In this situation, it is naive to believe that if everyone receives 2 injections by September, something will change significantly

By SS from Porto on 13-07-2021 10:35

'Learn to live with covid' she says...
She should put it into right context and claim that we are living in a state of unprecedented fraud of our times.

By Ed from Porto on 13-07-2021 10:21
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