Portugal has extended cross-border restrictions to tourists until April 15, a measure put in place at the end of January to deal with the explosion in the Kovid-19 cases, the Ministry of Justice said on Sunday.
In agreement with Spain, Portugal has decided to extend “control over land and river borders”, the Portuguese government said until 15 April, rail transport also remained suspended.
This measure does not particularly apply to the transportation of goods, border workers, and emergency services.
This ban does not prevent the return of Portuguese citizens and people with residence permits to the country, nor the exit of foreign nationals, underlining the ministry.
After two months of general imprisonment to deal with the violent third wave of the Kovid-19 epidemic, Portugal began a gradual and differentiated lockout in mid-March, with the re-operation of museums, colleges and cafes continuing on Monday is. Roofs.
Portuguese officials, however, remain vigilant at this stage of deconfiguration that lasts until May. They have decided to maintain restrictions for travelers to Portugal.