En De
Total doses
given
24.8M
People fully
vaccinated
8.9M
% Fully
vaccinated
86.54%
Masks
Mask is required in all public transport
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): PCR / LFT
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Schools/Univercity closure:

22.06.2022

Kindergartens reopen on 18 May for those that have the option of family support. Portuguese deconfinement plan: Stage 3 – June 1st; Reopening of all nurseries; kindergartens; and other daycare institutions.

22.06.2022

Nurseries; kindergartens; and other daycare institutions are closed.; 29/01/2021: Preschools might function but only remotely; children must be at home.; 13/03/2021: Preschools reopen on 15/03/2021 (Decree 4/2021).

12.04.2022

To contain existing contacts during the festive season; schools will reopen on January 10th after the winter break; 06/01/2022: End of class isolation after detection of a positive case. Testing of teachers and non-teaching staff in the first 2 weeks after returning to school.; 15/03/2022: restrictions lifted.

19.04.2021

All classroom activities are suspended in higher education institutions. Students must stay at home.

19.04.2021

Classes on-site are resumed for second and third education cycles (10-14yo). Extra-curricular activity; study and social support centres are reopened; but only for children or students for whom school activities have been resumed. Secondary schools (15-17yo) can't still have students on site; only remote learning allowed. This is also true for training or other professional learning activities that are provided by public; private; cooperative or social institutions.

19.04.2021

All secondary schools; public or private; are closed. Students must stay at home. ###Update 29 January: Classes are resumed on 8 February 2021; but only remote learning is allowed.

29.03.2021

All primary schools; public or private; are closed. Children must stay at home. ###Update 29 January: Classes are resumed on 8 February; but only remote learning is allowed. ####Update 13/03/2021: Primary schools reopen on 15/03/2021 (Decree 4/2021).

29.03.2021

Nurseries; kindergartens; and other daycare institutions are closed. ###Update 29 January: Preschools might function but only remotely; children must be at home. ####Update 13/03/2021: Preschools reopen on 15/03/2021 (Decree 4/2021).

11.02.2021

All schools closed at all levels(daycare --> university). 18/05: universities and polytechnics to start this month to resume face-to-face activity - interrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic - to prepare for the next school year. School year 2020/2021 (higher education level) started in-person between 7 September and 6 October 2020 (third URL). Several measures are still in place (physical distancing; mask wearing; increased hygiene); but universities are open.

11.02.2021

All schools closed at all levels (daycare --> university). Update on 18/05: The Minister of Science; Technology and Higher Education; called on universities and polytechnics to start this month to resume face-to-face activity - interrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic - to prepare for the next school year.

11.02.2021

Kindergartens reopen on 18 May for those that have option of family support); Portuguese deconfinement plan: Stage 3 – June 1st; Reopening of all nurseries; kindergartens; and other daycare institutions.

11.02.2021

Kindergartens reopen on 18 May for those that have option of family support); Portuguese deconfinement plan: Stage 3 – June 1st; Reopening of all nurseries; kindergartens; and other daycare institutions.

10.12.2020

The Prime Minister announced today that for students up until the 9th year; the entire third period will continue with distance learning; with assessment; but without tests or exams. On 19/05/2020: resumption of 11th and 12th grade high school face-to-face classes between 10 am and 5 pm; with mandatory use of face mask. 18 May: 11th and 12th years (last 2 years of high school) reopen. School year 2020/2021 (high school level) started in-person between 14 and 17 of September (fourth URL). Several measures are still in place (physical distancing; mask wearing; increased hygiene); but schools are open.

10.12.2020

The Prime Minister announced today that for students up until the 9th year; the entire third period will continue with distance learning; with assessment; but without tests or exams. School year 2020/2021 (primary school level) started in-person between 14 and 17 of September (second URL). Several measures are still in place (physical distancing; mask wearing; increased hygiene); but schools are open.

10.12.2020

The Prime Minister announced today that for students up until the 9th year; the entire third period will continue with distance learning; with assessment; but without tests or exams.;19/05: Resumption of 11th and 12th grade high school face-to-face classes between 10 am and 5 pm; with mandatory use of face mask. 18 May: 11th and 12th years (last 2 years of high school) reopen.

15.06.2020

Schools/Univ. closure: Partially closed

Restrictive measures mandatory between 13 March 2020 to TBD

All closed since Friday 13 March until 18 May; Kindergartens (0-3 years old ) reopen on 18 May; 2 last years of Secondary school (16-17 years old) reopen on 18 May; pre-school (4-6 years old) reopen on 1 June.