Covid-19. Tougher measures in 127 counties cover almost 7 million people

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With the update of the risk level of each municipality made on Saturday by the prime minister, 127 municipalities are now counted in the two highest levels of risk for having over 480 new ones per 100 thousand inhabitants in two weeks. In these places live about 6.8 million Portuguese who will be covered by the tougher measures defined in the Council of Ministers and released on Saturday.

About half of these 127 counties are located in the north of the country, which remains the most affected area in this second wave and where the epidemic had a very sharp growth in the beginning of October. But there are also many municipalities in the Centro region, which has seen a 60% rise in new infections in the past two weeks. Areas such as Guarda, Covilhã or Aveiro inspire greater concern for health authorities. And Center counties like Ovar, Belmonte and Manteigas are already within the group of 47 municipalities with the highest incidence, that is, at the worst level of risk, with more than 960 new cases per 100 thousand inhabitants (see list of counties) at the end of the text).

Although this worsening in the Center is evident in this update of the risk map, places of extreme gravity are mainly in the North. At the bottom of the list, the three municipalities where the measures were applied earlier, on 23 October (Paços de Ferreira, Lousada and Felgueiras), remain. Even so, these municipalities have already started to show signs of a decline in new cases, although they remain at a still high level.

In addition to these three municipalities, Porto, Maia, Matosinhos, Marco de Canaveses, Penafiel, Paredes, Guimarães or Barcelos have an extremely high level of risk of new cases, painting the entire area surrounding the district of Porto in dark red.

To this list of greater gravity, only two sites in Alentejo are added: Portalegre and Crato, which had a very significant increase in cases in the last two weeks.

Among the 127 municipalities covered by the toughest measures, such as the ban on driving on public roads and the closure of commercial establishments between 1 pm and 5 am on the next two weekends and holidays, there are also several locations in the Lisbon region (such as Almada, Oeiras, Lisbon, Loures, Cascais, Setúbal or Sintra). There are also some, albeit few, from the Alentejo (Reguengos de Monsaraz, Mora or Nisa, for example).

They left and re-entered the list

There are now a total of 213 municipalities in the Continent with more than 240 new cases per 100 thousand inhabitants, that is, which are included in the list of municipalities that have at least a high risk of infection. They represent about three quarters of the country and already cover 9 million inhabitants.

Alentejo and Algarve are the areas where the risk is lowest for now. Algarve municipalities like Tavira and Vila Real de Santo António, which had joined this list a week ago, have already managed to leave. There are two of the 15 municipalities that the Government has announced have reduced their incidence.

Proof that the evolution of the epidemic at the local level tends to fluctuate a lot is the fact that four of the seven municipalities that had been removed from the list by the Government have now re-entered because they have an incidence greater than 240 new cases. This is the case of Batalha, Mesão Frio, São João da Pesqueira and Tondela.

The update of the risk level of each municipality was made this Saturday by the Prime Minister, but data on the incidence of each municipality should only be released this Monday, in the daily bulletin of the Directorate-General for Health.

Extreme Risk Counties (more than 960 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants)

Restrictions: maintenance of the ban on driving on public roads between 11 pm and 5 am every day; inspection of compliance with mandatory teleworking; maintenance of closing hours: commercial establishments at 10 pm, restaurants and cultural facilities at 10:30 pm; sSaturdays, Sundays and holidays from December 1 and 8: ban on traffic on public roads and closure of commercial establishments between 1 pm and 5 am; on November 30 and December 7 (eve of holidays) – closing of commercial establishments after 3 pm; mandatory use of a mask in the workplace; ban on movement between municipalities between 11 pm on 27 November and 5 am on 2 December and still between 11 pm on 4 December and 5 am on 9 December; suspension of academic activities on November 30 and December 7; point tolerance to November 30 and December 7; appeal to private entities to lay off workers on 30 November and 7 December

Alcanena
Customs of Faith
Amarante
Amares
Arouca
Barcelos
Belmonte
Braga
Caminha
Castle of Paiva
Celorico da Beira
Celorico de Basto
Cinfães
Crato
Espinho
Fafe
Felgueiras
Figueira de Castelo Rodrigo
Ash of Sword to Ribbon
Gondomar
Guimaraes
Lousada
Maia
Manteigas
Marco de Canaveses
Matosinhos
Oliveira de Azeméis
Ovar
Paços de Ferreira
Walls
Penafiel
Portalegre
Porto
Póvoa de Lanhoso
Póvoa de Varzim
Santa Maria da Feira
Santo Tirso
São João da Madeira
Trofa
Vale de Cambra
Valença
Valongo
Vieira do Minho
Vila do Conde
Vila Nova de Famalicão
Vila Nova de Gaia
Vizela

Very High Risk Counties (between 480 and 959 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants)

Restrictions: maintenance of the ban on driving on public roads between 11 pm and 5 am every day; inspection of compliance with mandatory teleworking; maintenance of closing hours: commercial establishments at 10 pm, restaurants and cultural facilities at 10:30 pm; sSaturdays, Sundays and holidays from December 1 and 8: ban on traffic on public roads and closure of commercial establishments between 1 pm and 5 am; on November 30 and December 7 (eve of holidays) – closing of commercial establishments after 3 pm; mandatory use of a mask in the workplace; ban on movement between municipalities between 11 pm on 27 November and 5 am on 2 December and still between 11 pm on 4 December and 5 am on 9 December; suspension of academic activities on November 30 and December 7; stitch tolerance to November 30 and December 7; appeal to private entities to lay off workers on 30 November and 7 December

Abrantes
Agatha
Albergaria-a-Velha
Alijó
Almada
Amadora
Arcos de Valdevez
Arganil
Armamar
Aveiro
Azambuja
Baião
Boticas
Braganza
Headboards of Basto
Cantanhede
Cartaxo
Cascais
keys
Constancy
Coruche
Covilhã
Esposende
Estarreja
Figueira da Foz
Fundão
Look
Ílhavo
Lamego
Lisboa
Loures
Macedo de Cavaleiros
Mangualde
Mealhada
Me of
Miranda do Corvo
Mirandela
Mogadouro
Mondim de Basto
It must
Murça
Murtosa
Nazareth
Women
Odivelas
Oeiras
Potters
Oliveira de Frades
Oliveira do Bairro
Ourém
Pampilhosa da Serra
Penacova
Penamacor
Penela
Pombal
Ponte de Lima
Proença-a-Nova
Reguengos de Monsaraz
Resende
Tasty
Sabugal
Santa Marta de Penaguião
Sao Pedro do Sul
Sátão
Seia
Seixal
Setubal
Sever do Vouga
Sines
Sintra
Tarouca
Moncorvo Tower
Bums
Valpaços
Vila Franca de Xira
Vila Nova de Foz Côa
Vila Nova de Paiva
Vila Pouca de Aguiar
Real Village
Green Ville

High Risk Counties (between 240 and 479 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants)

Restrictions: maintenance of the ban on driving on public roads between 11 pm and 5 am every day; inspection of compliance with mandatory teleworking; maintenance of closing hours: commercial establishments at 10 pm, restaurants and cultural facilities at 10:30 pm; mandatory use of a mask in the workplace; ban on movement between municipalities between 11 pm on 27 November and 5 am on 2 December and still between 11 pm on 4 December and 5 am on 9 December; suspension of academic activities on November 30 and December 7; point tolerance to November 30 and December 7; appeal to private entities to lay off workers on 30 November and 7 December

Albufeira
Alcácer do Sal
Alcobaça
Alcochete
Alenquer
Almeida
Almeirim
Anadia
Ansião
Arronches
Arruda dos Vinhos
Barreiro
Battle
Benavente
Cadaval
Bigger field
White Castle
Castro Apartment
Singe
Coimbra
Condeixa-a-Nova
Cuba
Elvas
Junction
Estremoz
Évora
Faro
Hawk
Grândola
Idanha-a-Nova
lagoon
Lagos
Leiria
Lousã
Mafra
Great Navy
Melgaço
Mesão Frio
Look
Miranda do Douro
A lot
Monsoon
Monforte
Montalegre
Montemor-o-Novo
Montemor-o-Velho
Montijo
Mortágua
In them
Palmela
Coura Walls
Penalva do Castelo
Penedono
Peniche
Peso da Régua
Ponte da Barca
Ponte de Sor
Portimão
Porto de Mós
Redondo
Ribeira de Pena
Rio Maior
Salvaterra de Magos
Santarem
São João da Pesqueira
Sardoal
Serpa
Sesimbra
Sobral de Monte Agraço
Soure
Terras de Bouro
Drink
Tondela
Torres Novas
Torres Vedras
Trancoso
Viana do Alentejo
Viana do Castelo
Vila do Bispo
Vila Nova da Barquinha
Vila Nova de Cerveira
Vila Nova de Poiares
Vila Viçosa
Vimioso
Vineyards
Viseu

Moderate Risk Counties (up to 239 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants)

mandatory use of a mask in the workplace; ban on movement between municipalities between 11 pm on 27 November and 5 am on 2 December and still between 11 pm on 4 December and 5 am on 9 December; suspension of academic activities on November 30 and December 7; stitch tolerance to November 30 and December 7; appeal to private entities to lay off workers on November 30 and December 7

Aguiar da Beira
Alandroal
Alcoutim
Aljezur
Aljustrel
Almodôvar
Alpiarça
Alter do Chão
Alvaiázere
Alvito
Arraiolos
Notice
Ravines
Beja
Bombarral
Fight
Queen syrup
Carrazeda de Ansiães
Carregal do Sal
Castanheira de Pêra
Castelo de Vide
Castro Marim
Castro Verde
Ferreira do Alentejo
Ferreira do Zêzere
Figueiró dos Vinhos
Algodres Ovens
Border
Góis
Golegã
Gouveia
Loulé
Lourinhã
Mação
Marvao
Mértola
Moimenta da Beira
Monchique
Moura
Mourão
Obidos
Odemira
Olhão
Oliveira do Hospital
Ourique
Pedrógão Grande
Pinhel
Portel
Santa Comba Dão
Santiago do Cacém
São Brás de Alportel
Sernancelhe
Sertã
Silves
Sousel
Board
Tabuaço
Tavira
New Sales
Vidigueira
Vila de Rei
Vila Flor
Vila Real de Santo António
Vila Velha de Ródão
Vouzela





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