Analyzing the bulletin of the General Directorate of Health of May 3, with data until 24:00 on May 2, when the state of emergency ended, and this Thursday's bulletin, Lusa found that Lisbon and Vale do Tejo (LVT) had 6,047 infected and 210 killed by the virus on May 3, which corresponded to 23.9% and 20.13%, respectively, of the totals recorded across the country.
After more than a month, the LVT region registered 12,137 infected (36.13% of the country) and 383 dead (26.32%). This data shows an increase of 100.71% in the level of infected and 82.38% in the number of registered deaths.
Taking into account only the period between the end of the state of emergency and Thursday, the region recorded 6,090 infections (73.29% of the country) and 173 deaths (41.99%).
However, the North region has a higher percentage of deaths in the same period (49.51% of the country's total, corresponding to 204). In the May 3 bulletin this figure was 57.24% (597 dead), having dropped to 55% on June 4 (801 dead).
The percentage of infected people in the North in relation to the country's total has also been decreasing: it was 59.41% on May 3rd and 50.07% on June 4th. Taking into account only the period between the end of the state of emergency and Thursday, 21.64% of the total infections in Portugal were recorded in this region.
On the other hand, the percentage of increase in cases and deaths in the North since the end of the state of emergency was 11.97% and 34.17%, respectively, well below the values ??recorded in Lisbon and Vale do Tejo.
On May 3, the Central region presented 13.63% of the cases reported in the country and 20% of the deaths, but a month later these percentages are already at 11.22% and 16.49% respectively. If the analysis is only related to the period since the end of the state of emergency, the Centre has only 3.89% of cases and 7.52% of deaths.
Algarve, Alentejo, Madeira and Açores each register, since May 3, less than 1% of the cases reported in the country. As for deaths, Madeira is at zero and Alentejo has not registered any deaths since the end of the state of emergency. The Algarve and Azores register less than 1% of deaths in the country between May 3 and June 4.