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Restaurants, schools, museums and coffee shops will start reopening this morning (May 18).   The second phase of a sector-by-sector plan to reopen the economy will see stores of up to 400 square metres open their doors to the public, with reduced capacity rules in place.   Restaurants will...

Photo: Eurovision 2020 Facebook Abba, Bucks Fizz and Conchita Wurst are among the artists to have made the BBC shortlist of the best Eurovision songs.   Saturday's contest, which was due to be held in the Netherlands, was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. But the show must...

The Museum of Portimão, the Costume Museum of São Brás de Alportel and Tavira Museum will all reopen next Monday, May 18, on what is International Museum Day.   This comes after weeks of being physically closed due to Covid- 19 pandemic.   The Algarve Museum Network (RMA) said...

The Government wants to allow access to the beaches without coercive measures this summer, but will appeal to the country to be disciplined.   PAN party spokesman André Silva gave this information to journalists following a meeting with the Prime Minister, António Costa.   Silva said that "there will...

The Government and its social partners will meet again today (May 15) to assess the impact of the crisis caused by the covid-19 pandemic.   The meeting will be attended by Prime Minister António Costa. The four employers' confederations - CIP - Business Confederation of Portugal and...

Portugal has extended flight restrictions to destinations outside of the Schengen space until 15 June.   The decision, published in the Government Gazette, allows for a number of exceptions. Among them are non-Schengen countries in Europe such as Norway, Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Iceland and Portuguese-speaking countries.   The United...