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Portugal opens kindergartens and visits to old people’s homes

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In Portugal, Monday was the first day of the opening up of various  emergency measures due to the pandemic situation of covid-19. Kindergarten (from 0 to 3 years) started receiving children with some safety measures such as the mandatory wearing of masks by educators, in Porto, Portugal.

On 15 May, the government approved new measures that come into force on 18 May, including the resumption of visits to users of old people’s homes, the reopening of creches, face-to-face classes for the 11th and 12th grade and the reopening of some street shops, cafes, restaurants, museums, monuments, and palaces.

The return of the community religious ceremonies is planned for 30 May and the opening of the beaches for 06 June.



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