Belgium puts Lisbon back in “red” but eases measures for Covid-19 – Society

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This Wednesday the Belgian authorities slightly eased the restrictive measures in the framework of the Covid-19 pandemic, despite the increase in the number of cases, and put the metropolitan area of ​​Lisbon and the central region of Portugal in the “red”.

Among the changes to the measures adopted this Wednesday by the Belgian authorities after a meeting of the National Security Council is the end of the ban on travel from the “red zones”, classified as high risk of contagion, which is replaced by a recommendation to “strongly advise” these destinations, accompanied by a seven-day ‘quarantine’, with a fifth test.

With the reinclusion of the metropolitan area of ​​Lisbon and the central region in [nova] “red list”, which will take effect on Friday, September 25, anyone who arrives in Belgian territory from these regions – and intends to stay longer than 48 hours – will have to perform a screening test and be quarantined .



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