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120 case threshold could be reached within two weeks

By TPN/Lusa, In News, COVID-19 - 13 Apr, 16h10
The covid-19 pandemic has registered a “reversal of the downward trend” in Portugal, with a transmissibility index (R) of 1.05, as numbers show that the country may reach 120 cases per 100,000 inhabitants within “two weeks to a month”. Read more
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Covid-19: Portugal Update, 13 April

By TPN/Lusa, In News - 13 Apr, 15h46

Too early to pause Janssen vaccine

By TPN/Lusa, In News, COVID-19 - 13 Apr, 15h13
The Minister of Health, Marta Temido, has said it is too early to comment on the recommendation issued today by the United States health authorities... Read more

Specialist warns wearing mask has increased voice disorders

By TPN/Lusa, In Health & Environment, COVID-19, News - 13 Apr, 12h40
Otorhinolaryngologist Clara Capucho warned today that the use of masks imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic has increased the number of voice pathologies,... Read more

President hope this will be the “last” state of emergency

By TPN/Lusa, In News, COVID-19, Politics - 13 Apr, 12h28
The President of the Republic will today hear the parties with parliamentary seats, by videoconference, on the renewal of the state of emergency until... Read more
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TPN Exclusives

Terraces open up: People enjoying more freedom

By Paula Martins, In News, Tourism, COVID-19, Algarve, Economy - 09 Apr, 01h00
On Monday, 5 April, terraces were finally able to open in Portugal with groups of up to four people per table. For many it meant meeting friends (even a table away) and leaving home for a bit, while for businesses this was a huge boost. Read more
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Transferring your Mortgage to Another Bank

By Advertiser, In Business, Property - 09 Apr, 10h41
Do you currently have a mortgage in Portugal with a high interest rate and are looking to get the lowest rate possible? Read more
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Response to Covid-19

By Advertiser, In Charity, COVID-19, Community - 09 Apr, 01h00
Last March, when the country locked down in response to the Covid pandemic, a rapid response was needed as tens of thousands of people were in a situation where they had no money and no food. Read more
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