The government is working with the UK to put Portugal back on the Green List of safe travel countries.
Following the UK announcement, the government rejected the reasons given by London, but prepared to reverse the situation.
On Friday, the foreign minister confirmed that she had already been informed of Portugal’s withdrawal from Britain’s Green List of Safe Countries. Augusto Santos Silva believes the decision is incomprehensible, as the pandemic situation is similar in both countries.
According to the British government, one of the reasons for the removal of the entire Portuguese territory from the green list of countries with safe travel is the increase in the number of cases of the Nepalese surge, which arose from the Indian version opposed by the Portuguese. health authorities
“It is very strange to receive this message because in our country the Indian version is not up to 5%,” says researcher Joo Paulo Gómez of the Ricardo George Institute.
Shortly before the start of the summer, the British situation had an effect on the economy and the PSD wanted Augusto Santos Silva to declare himself in parliament.
Portugal has only been on the green list for 17 days and is now falling on the yellow list, forcing anyone arriving in the UK to self-quarantine, which could take up to 10 days, And may need to be tested before and after arrival.
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