The Portuguese government suspended the nationwide school curriculum on November 30 local time and stipulated that all citizens of the country must stay at home from 1 p.m. to 5 a.m. every day from December 8 local time and other religious festivals to prevent the new The spread of the coronavirus pneumonia epidemic.
In addition, after Prime Minister Antonio Costa called for an end to the working day, it is expected that the number of people on duty in major Portuguese work institutions will decline on the 30th and 1st local time.
The biggest problem facing Portugal is still the pressure of the health care system.
There are 3,245 cases of COVID-19 admissions nationwide, of which 536 are in intensive care units. The current state of emergency in the country ends on December 8, and the epidemic prevention measures taken during Christmas have not yet been decided.=