As from 4 May 2020 it is mandatory to cover the face (both nose and mouth) with mask; scarf or shawl in shops; stores and public transport. As from 21 September 2020 it is mandatory to cover the face (both nose and mouth) with a mask (surgical; protective or textile-) in public transport; in cinemas; theaters; health and social institutions and public offices; as of age 6.
Medium-large events allowed outside. Tenative re-opening of outside events on 14/07. ; 14/07 Decree pushes back re-opening to 30/07; 07/08 Decree announces new guidelines for outside gatherings for up to 1000 people. Same guidelines for sporting events. 16/08 Miniserial Decree limits these gatherings to concerts and live events only; with no dancing allowed and special registration requirements. ; 8/10 Decree maintains limitations to 1000 people for outdoor events. ; 13/10 Decree maintains limitations to 1000 people of outdoor events until 13/11.; 03/11 Decree cancels any public gathering of any kind until 03/12.
09/03 Decree requires the closure of skiing; well-being; pools and gyms closed. Outdoor sport activities allowed will be allowed from 15/05. Indoor 25/05; with restrictions on number of people and necessary physical distancing. ; Starting from 20/09; Serie A soccer matches will allow up to 1000 spectators. This will be valid for games up until 07/10.; 24/10 Decree requires complete closure of all sport centers and gyms.
Update 17 August 2020: Indoors no more than eight (instead of 4) non-household visitors can be at the same table; while no more restritions are applied for outdoor sitting. 3m2 are required per person. Dining places can be open from 6:30 a.m. until 2 a.m.
##### Update from 29 May 2020: Partial lifting up to 20 people indoor as of 29 May 2020. Full measure at least until 31st July 2020. Except for funerals and civil weddings. Visits of a private nature organized at home. Six people max.; in addition to the people living in the same household.
At public gatherings of more than 10 people; people must be assigned a seat with a distance of 2m. If the distance of 2m cannot be maintained; a mask must be worn. Wearing a mask is also compulsory for the staff and for participants when they are not seated. Exceptions apply e.g. to cultural and sports actors when carrying out their activities; and to persons participating in school activities. Seating is not mandatory for demonstrations; fairs; exhibitions; and markets where the public circulates. Cultural events such as theaters; cultural centers; concert halls; cinemas; and places of worship can accommodate the...
All citizens arriving to the North region of Portugal; by land air or sea border; coming from abraod regardless of nationality and country of origin will be subject to prophylactic isolation for a 14-day period since the date of entry into Portugal.
If possible; avoid having physical contact with people other than those you live with. This means; among other things; a dissuasion from arranging or participating in a party or similar social gathering. Certain types of activities should also be avoided if they cannot be carried out without physical distance from others; such as contact sports or health or beauty care that is not medically justified. Refrain from staying in indoor environments such as shops; malls; museums; libraries; bathhouses and gyms. Necessary visits to; for example; grocery stores and pharmacies can be made. Refrain from participating in; for example; meetings; concerts;...
Curfew from 20pm to 6am. Exceptions are: helping people in need; family responsibilities; cover needs of daily life; work and education if necessary; going outside to maintain physical and mental health; such as walking; running; walking your dog;