Travels to Portugal:
- Portugal has banned all flights from Brazil and the UK
- Portugal authorized flights from EU member states, Australia, China, South Korea, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, Thailand, and the special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau
- Travels for essential purposes (e.g., studying) are permitted
- It is required to present a negative result of a SARS-Cov-2 test that should be taken a maximum of 72 hours before the flight
- For passengers arriving from countries with a high number of cases (e.g., Czechia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Estonia, Ireland, Lithuania, and Latvia), it is also required to isolate for 14 days
Travels from Portugal:
- A complete ban on travels abroad for Portuguese citizens, with certain exceptions like essential travelers
Check here for additional information about international travelling.
Travels in Portugal:
Circulation between municipalities is prohibited during the weekend, between 8.00 pm on Friday and 5.00 am on Monday.
General duty of home retreat is established, with exceptions:
- Buying essential goods and services;
- Access to public services (all appointments must be scheduled in advance);
- Work (if accompanied by a statement issued by the employer);
- Health reasons (emergencies or scheduled appointments);
- Short walks for physical activity or pet walking, individually or with members of the same household, within the area of residence (authorities might require proof of address).
The closing of a wide range of facilities and establishments is determined, including:
- Hairdressers/barber shops;
- Gyms and other sports facilities, even outdoors;
- Museums, cultural and leisure spaces (including public parks and gardens for leisure activities).
Retail and service provision activities are closed, except for authorized establishments:
- Shops selling essential goods, such as supermarkets;
- Health services (medical offices, dentists, and pharmacies);
- Restaurants and cafes may only operate on a takeaway or home delivery basis;
- Fairs and markets are allowed for food sales only;
- Shops must close by 8.00 pm on weekdays. On weekends, closing time is 1.00 pm, except for the above-mentioned establishments, which may be open to the public until 5.00 pm.
During this period, monitoring by police forces will increase, and fines will be given to non-complying individuals.