Covid-19: GNR ends illegal party in the municipality of Sintra where there were more than 300 people


The GNR ended at dawn on Saturday with an illegal party in the municipality of Sintra where there were more than 300 people and which disrespected measures to contain the covid-19 pandemic, this security force announced today.

In a statement, the GNR informs that the action was triggered after an anonymous complaint that “an illegal ‘rave’ was taking place in a public area of ​​the municipality of Sintra, district of Lisbon.

Military personnel arrived at the site at 01:20, having found that there was “a ‘rave’ party previously announced by social networks, with about 300 people, taking place in full disregard for the rules in force”.

The GNR, through the Territorial Detachment of Sintra, “immediately ceased the illegal party”, having identified “the organizer of the event and respective ‘staff’, so that the respective administrative offense and news report can be raised later on”, it adds. the statement.

According to the GNR, “all the sound material was also seized”.

A source from GNR added to Lusa that the illegal party took place in a pine forest and that most participants were young.

A pandemic of covid-19 caused at least 4,013,756 deaths worldwide, resulting from more than 185.5 million cases of infection by the new coronavirus, according to the most recent assessment made by the Agence France-Presse.

In Portugal, since the beginning of the pandemic, in March 2020, 17,148 people have died and 905,651 cases of infection have been registered, according to the Directorate-General for Health.


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