They reopen museums and monuments, terraces and some street shops and end restrictions on movement between municipalities.
2nd and 3rd cycle students return to face-to-face classes on Monday, when they also reopen day centers and equipment for the disabled, museums and monuments, terraces and some street stores and end restrictions on movement between municipalities.
These are some of the essential points of the second phase of the deconfination plan, starting next Monday, April 5th, today confirmed by the Prime Minister, at the end of the Council of Ministers meeting.
More students in face-to-face classes
2nd and 3rd cycle students return to face-to-face classes on Monday, joining 1st cycle students and children in daycare centers and pre-school, who had already returned to school on March 15 .
The return of 2nd and 3rd cycle students is accompanied by the reopening of Leisure Activities for these students.
Permission to move between municipalities
The ban on movement between municipalities in the Portuguese continent will not be in effect in the fortnight after Easter, after the current application of the measure, which ends on Monday.
The Prime Minister confirmed today that circulation is allowed again during the week and on weekends
The movement ban between the 278 municipalities on the continent has already been applied several times in the context of combating the covid-19 pandemic.
The measure is currently in effect, in this Easter period, since last Friday and until 05:00 on Monday.
Reopen terraces and street stores up to 200 square meters
Restaurants, pastries and cafes with terraces may reopen on Monday, with groups limited to four people, but the prime minister today recommended that “all precautions” be maintained, including wearing a mask when you are not eating or to drink.
The terraces can operate until 22:30 on weekdays and until 13:00 on weekends and holidays.
On Monday, April 5th, stores with a door to the street of less than 200 square meters no longer have to sell to the wicket and are now able to have their doors open to the public, for, according to the rotation and the rules of the Directorate-General for Health, to be able to provide face-to-face assistance.
With the opening of these stores, hypermarkets will be able to sell all products without restrictions, since issues of unfair competition cease to exist.
Museums, monuments, palaces and art galleries reopen
From Monday on, it will be possible to visit museums, monuments, palaces and archaeological or similar sites, national, regional and municipal, public or private, as well as art galleries and exhibition halls.
This equipment closes at 22:30 on weekdays and at 13:00 on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
Gyms reopen with limitations
In this second phase of lack of definition, the gymnasiums will also reopen, but still without authorization for group classes.
Group outdoor physical activity is allowed, but with a limit of four people per group.
The practice of sports modalities considered to be low risk also returns.
The public at sporting events remains prohibited.
Day centers and equipment for the disabled reopen
The day centers and social facilities for the disabled area will reopen next Monday, in compliance with the plan for the second phase of the deconfination plan.
Authorized lift markets and fairs
The operation of fairs and markets is authorized, in addition to fairs and markets for food products, with the authorization of the mayor of the municipality with territorial authority, in accordance with the established rules.
Land border with Spain remains closed
The prime minister confirmed that the land border with Spain will remain closed, by mutual agreement, with the exceptions hitherto foreseen in force.
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