The bulletin of the Directorate-General for Health (DGS) account for changes in risk levels to which municipalities are subject, from the Council of Ministers of 21 November when the country is divided into levels of risk: the “extremely high”, “very high”, “high” and “moderate”.
According to the latest data from DGS (https://covid19.min-saude.pt/ponto-de-situacao-atual-em-portugal/. You can consult county to county), there at this moment 217 municipalities with more than 240 new cases per hundred thousand inhabitants in the last 14 days, in this case, between 12 November and 25 November. They are, that is why, on the list of risky counties, in other words, subject to concrete measures to combat the pandemic, how to curfew (if they have more than 480 new cases by 100 thousand).
In the data, four municipalities in the district of Beja worsened the numbers of the covid-19, compared to last week (23 November). Cuba went from âhighâ to âvery highâ and Barrancos, Castro Verde and Odemira are now part of the list of municipalities with a “high” where Serpa stays.
Representatives of municipalities and parishes meet with the Government
According to the online edition of the Journal News (JN), in the face of rising cases in 175 counties, the government convened for Thursday, a new gathering of high-level technical and political information, the National Association of Portuguese Municipalities will participate for the first time (ANMP) and the National Association of Parishes (ANAFRE).