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This article was written specifically for Good Portugal by the public health specialist Mariia Melnikova. Covid-19 continues! Even in those who don’t believe in it… Symptoms are lighter, mortality is lower, and the panic of the “first wave” is already forgotten (especially forgotten are the colleagues who were infected and died at work in 2020). […]
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Portugal’s General Directorate of Health has expressed concern about the Covid-19 situation. Officials recommend that the mask regime be resumed in pharmacies, public transport, as well as in airports, marine terminals, and subway and train networks, according to the guidelines “Covid-19: Adequacy of Public Health Measures,” which have now been updated. The updated document, published […]
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To provide vaccines and protect vulnerable populations from the disease, a vaccination campaign against Covid-19 has already started in Portugal. It is planned to vaccinate up to 3 million people within three months. The vaccines will arrive in the country gradually, so a staged vaccination is planned. The next wave of vaccinations will include pregnant […]

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There are 6 levels of Portuguese proficiency in three categories A (Beginner, Basic), B (Intermediate, User), and C (Professional, Free). When applying for citizenship, all certifications are required except ACESSO – A1. Most applicants provide a “crust” A2. What is the reason for their choice and other nuances of obtaining a certificate for citizenship application? […]

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There are 6 levels of Portuguese proficiency in three categories A (Beginner, Basic), B (Intermediate, User), and C (Professional, Free). When applying for citizenship, all certifications are required except ACESSO – A1. Most applicants provide a “crust” A2. What is the reason for their choice and other nuances of obtaining a certificate for citizenship application? […]

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