Covid-19: Lisbon will not move forward in deconfinement process – Portugal

Covid-19: Lisbon will not move forward in the deconfinement process

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The mayor of Lisbon, Fernando Medina, explained that due to the rate of infections the city of Lisbon will not be able to advance to the next phase.

The mayor of Lisbon City Council, Fernando Medina, informed that the Lisbon region will not advance to the next phase of deconfinement.

Fernando Medina

Fernando Medina Miguel Baltazar / Jornal de Negócios

In your weekly comment space on TVI24, Medina informed that the capital “is unable to make this advance” due to the epidemiological situation it is currently experiencing. “The number of cases exceeded” the level of 120 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, with the city entering “on alert status. In the last week, the number of cases per 100,000 inhabitants continued to progress, albeit at a slower pace, it means that Lisbon tomorrow, which is the day of the assessment, will not make progress in terms of deconfinement”, assured the mayor.

Fernando Medina spoke about the epidemiological situation in the region, explaining that “Lisbon is in a situation that is not easy” and appealing to people not to go out to celebrate the Popular Saints in the streets in the coming weeks.

In addition to Lisbon, there are five more municipalities on alert for registering more than 120 cases of covid-19 per 100,000 inhabitants, namely Salvaterra de Magos (Santarém), Vale de Cambra (Aveiro), Braga, Cantanhede (Coimbra) and Castelo from Paiva (Aveiro).

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