Pandemic: Everything that changes from the days 14 and 28 June.
Jun02

Pandemic: Everything that changes from the days 14 and 28 June.

The calamity situation remains, but there are changes starting in the middle of this month. Bars and clubs remain closed, telework is no longer mandatory and show times are extended.

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Covid-19: Beja and Vidigueira left the risk list, where Odemira is kept.
May13

Covid-19: Beja and Vidigueira left the risk list, where Odemira is kept.

The new Government assessment points to the withdrawal of the municipalities of Beja and Vidigueira from the risk list, where the municipality of Odemira continues. The two parishes in these municipalities “have different”.

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Covid-19: Beja and Vidigueira counties advance under surveillance.
Apr29

Covid-19: Beja and Vidigueira counties advance under surveillance.

State of emergency will be replaced by the state of calamity, a partir the 00 hours 1 May. Defibrillation applies to 270 of 280 continent counties. Beja under surveillance.

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Beja: Municipality advances today to the third of the deflation.
Apr19

Beja: Municipality advances today to the third of the deflation.

Since today, the majority of the country advances to the third phase, where is the Beja, and that is marked by the reopening of face-to-face classes in secondary and higher education - a national measure, which will also be applied in the highest risk municipalities.

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Covid-19: Beja Municipality advances to the 3rd phase of the deflation.
Apr16

Covid-19: Beja Municipality advances to the 3rd phase of the deflation.

The Municipality of Beja advances to the third phase of deflation. Prime Minister has already informed mayor. Calculation error in numbers by the Directorate-General for Health (DGS) will be rectified today.

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Covid-19: Beja is among the counties above the threshold of cases.
Apr14

Covid-19: Beja is among the counties above the threshold of cases.

There are fifteen of the 19 at-risk counties in the Continent that remain in the red. Portimão, Albufeira, Figueira da Foz, Marinha Grande and Beja are some of the most populous municipalities that until Friday had not yet managed to stay below the risk threshold defined by the Government.

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