Emergency Legislation

In this page you will find all the laws connected to the Covid-19 situation. At the top; always the newest one. If you scroll down, you find all the laws in thematic order and also all the laws that we have translated into English.

LATEST UPDATES 9th September 2020

DRE Order 10/2020 Support Line for Tourism Micro enterprises Issued 9th September 2020: Download in English here.

Council of Ministers Communiqué – Situation of Contingency – of 9th September 2020: Download in English here

Decree Law  70A/2020 Declaring a Situation of Contingency for mainland Portugal until 23.59 hrs 30th September 2020 Download in English Here 

 

Previous legislation

Decree Law 68/A2020 Extends Situation of Alert and Contingency until 23.59 hrs 14th September 

Resolution of the Council of Ministers no. 68-A / 2020

Publication:  Diário da República No. 168/2020, 1st Supplement, Series I of 2020-08-28

 Issuer: Presidency of the Council of Ministers

 Diploma Type: Resolution of the Council of Ministers

 Number: 68-A / 2020

 Pages: 168- (2) to 168- (2)

 ELI:   https://data.dre.pt/eli/resolconsmin/68-A/2020/08/28/p/dre

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SUMMARY

Extends the declaration of the contingency situation and alerts, in the context of the COVID-19 disease pandemic

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Resolution of the Council of Ministers no. 68-A / 2020

Summary: Extends the declaration of the contingency situation and alert, in the context of the COVID-19 disease pandemic.

Within the scope of the epidemiological situation caused by the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and the disease COVID-19, as well as the measures that have been adopted in order to prevent, contain and mitigate the transmission of infection, the Government, through of this resolution, gives continuity to the process of deflation started on April 30, 2020.

In view of the evolution of the COVID-19 disease pandemic in Portugal, the need remains, for public health reasons, to declare the alert situation in most of Portugal and, in some territories, the contingency situation, under the terms of the Law of Civil Protection Bases, approved by Law No. 27/2006 , of July 3, in its current wording.

Thus – under articles 12 and 13 of Decree-Law no. 10-A / 2020 , of 13 March, in its current wording, and the law on the Public Health Surveillance System, approved by Law no. 81/2009 , of 21 August – the exceptional and specific measures applicable, namely to the activities of retail trade establishments, the provision of services, catering establishments and access to services and buildings, are renewed public, as well as other additional and exceptional measures that are essential, adequate and proportional to the interruption of the transmission chains of the disease COVID-19.

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Under the terms of articles 12 and 13 of Decree-Law no. 10-A / 2020 , of 13 March, in its current wording, pursuant to the provisions of article 2 of Law no. 1- A / 2020 , of 19 March, in its current wording, of article 17 of Law no. 81/2009 , of 21 August, of no. 6 of article 8 and of article 19 of Law no. 27/2006 , of July 3, in its current wording, and in paragraph g) of article 199 of the Constitution, the Council of Ministers resolves:

1 – Amend paragraphs 1 and 16 of the Resolution of the Council of Ministers no. 55-A / 2020 , of July 31, in its current wording, which are replaced by the following:

«1 – Declare, following the epidemiological situation of the disease COVID-19, until 11:59 pm on September 14, 2020:

The) …

B) …

16 – To determine that this resolution takes effect as of 00:00 on 1 September 2020. »

2 – To determine that the present resolution takes effect at 00:00 on September 1, 2020.

Presidency of the Council of Ministers, August 27, 2020. – The Prime Minister, António Luís Santos da Costa.

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Council of Ministers Communiqué of 27 August 2020

1.The Council of Ministers approved today a resolution extending the declaration of the contingency situation in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area and the alert situation in the rest of the territory in the context of the Covid-19 disease pandemic until 23h59 on 14 September 2020.

 

2. The decree amending the exceptional and temporary measures concerning the Covid-19 disease pandemic was approved. The decree highlights the following:

It specifies that the protection of employees and self-employed workers under the general social security system, corresponding to 100% of the reference wage, up to a limit of 28 days, under the prophylactic isolation allowance or sickness benefit, with effect from 25 July;

Extends, until 31 March 2021, the period available to catering and beverage service providers to adapt to the provisions concerning the non-use and non-availability of single-use plastic tableware. A deadline of 31 December 2020 is set for clarifying and harmonising legislative provisions in this area in order to proceed with the first phase of transposition of Directive (EU) 2019/904 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 5 June 2019;

The legal regime for package travel is adjusted, as the solution allowing the issue of a voucher of equal value to the payment made by the traveller or for rescheduling in the event of cancellation was exceptional;

Amends the decree-law establishing exceptional measures for the organisation and operation of educational and training activities, in the context of the pandemic, reinforcing the number of places in the general regime for access to higher education.

 

3,The decree-law updating the age of access to pensions and eliminating the sustainability factor in the special schemes for bringing forward the age of old-age pension has been approved.

 

4.The resolution of the Council of Ministers extending the Government’s support under the Economic Revitalisation Plan for Terceira Island was also approved. In order to respond to the effects of the pandemic which have made themselves particularly felt on Terceira Island, it is ensured that the instruments available for the development and recovery of Terceira Island continue to be mobilised, through measures enabling the qualification of the hotel offer, the development of differentiating tourist products, tourist training and the qualification of human resources, and the dynamisation and promotion of tourist operations.

 

5.The council approved the decree-law establishing the possibility of extending the fixed-term contracts celebrated with non-teaching staff of schools in the public network of the Ministry of Education, in the context of the Covid-19 disease pandemic, until the end of the 2020/2021 school year.

 

6. The decree-law defining the terms for the regularisation of the property assets of the Portuguese Institute for Quality (Instituto Português da Qualidade) was approved, as well as the procedures necessary for this purpose.

 

7. The resolution delegating to the Minister for the Environment and Climate Action (Ministro do Ambiente e da Ação Climática) the power to approve proposals for the delimitation of the public water, maritime and non-maritime domain was approved, with a view to a more prompt and effective conclusion of this type of administrative procedure.

 

8.The decree-law extending the transitional rule on access to the profession of technician for the installation and maintenance of buildings and systems, as well as the adoption of administrative simplification measures for the respective access, has been approved.

 

The decree-law also extends the transitional rule for the legitimate continuation of the exercise of functions as technician in charge and inspector of private service electrical installations, rectifying the terms of the refresher training legally provided for this purpose.

 

9. The decree-law regulating the exercise of commercial maritime fishing was approved, with a view to ensure the conservation and sustainable exploitation of biological resources, and establishing the legal framework applicable to the authorisation, registration and licensing of vessels or boats used in the professional activity of fishing, allowing gains in terms of speed and simplification of procedures and reducing administrative costs for economic agents.

 

1o. The decree law establishing the terms for the integration of workers assigned to regional operational programmes into the staff charts of the Regional Coordination and Development Commissions (CCDR) was approved in its final version, providing for their integration into the specific staff chart of the Agency for Development and Cohesion.

 

11. Finally, a resolution was adopted authorising the Social Security Institute to incur the expenditure involved in purchasing operational management services as a contact centre for social security, with a view to ensure that requests for information submitted by Member States are answered.

The previous decree law extending the Situation of alert and Contingency until 2359 hrs 31st August 2020

Download Decree Law 63-A/2020/8/14  Extends of State of Alert and Contingency until 23.59 hrs 31st August 2020

 

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Communiqué of the Council of Ministers of August 13, 2020
1. The Council of Ministers today approved the resolution extending the declaration of the contingency situation, in the Metropolitan Area of ​​Lisbon, and alert, in the rest of the territory, until 23:59 on August 31, 2020.
The resolution also provides for the following changes to the measures in force:
– the schedules of retail establishments and the provision of services in the areas covered by the declaration of contingency situation can now be adapted by the Mayor of the Territorially competent, with the favorable opinion of the local health authority and security forces;
– in the areas covered by the alert statement, retail outlets and service providers may open before 10 am;
– public services preferentially maintain face-to-face service by appointment, determining that priority service can be provided without prior appointment.
2.The decree-law amending the exceptional and temporary measures related to the Covid-19 disease pandemic was approved, with emphasis on:
– the resumption of social support activities developed in Day Centers as of August 15, through an assessment of the conditions for reopening, to be carried out by the institution, the Social Security Institute and the local health authority, without prejudice to the maintenance of the suspension activities in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area;
– the possibility of using remote means of communication for the practice of acts in all urgent and non-urgent cases, which run under the terms of the peace judgments;
– the use of means of distance communication for the presentation of the birth certificate that occurred in national territory and its use is made possible in relation to births that occurred abroad, regarding the children of a Portuguese father or mother;
– the regime regarding the suspension of the Professional Internship Program in Local Administration (PEPAL) is adjusted, allowing the promoters to resume the signing of new contracts and ending the suspension of all deadlines related to the respective procedures.
3. The Council of Ministers clarified the measure related to the stabilization complement provided for in the Economic and Social Stabilization Program (PEES).
Created with the aim of providing extraordinary support to workers who have had a reduction in income as a result of the pandemic, the stabilization supplement is thus now awarded to workers whose base pay in February 2020 has been equal to or less than twice RMMG and that, between the months of April and June, have been covered for at least 30 days followed by support for the maintenance of the employment contract, provided for in Decree-Law no. 10-G / 2020, of 26 March, or for temporary reduction of the normal working period or suspension of the employment contract, pursuant to articles 298 and following of the Labour Code.

 

Previously Now superseded

Download Decree Law 55-A/2020 31st July 

Communiqué of the Council of Ministers of 30 July 2020

Decree Law 55-A/2020 31st July

Declares the following the epidemiological situation of COVID-19, until 11:59 pm on August 14, 2020: namely a) the contingency situation in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area and b) the alert situation in the entire continental national territory, with the exception of the Metropolitan Area of ​​Lisbon.

 

PREVIOUS ARCHIVE

PreCommunique of the Council of Ministers  14th July 2020 

1. The Council of Ministers today approved, electronically, the resolution that gives continuity to the process of deflation started on April 30, 2020, maintaining the declaration of the situation of alert, contingency and calamity, depending on the territory.
It is declared, from 00:00 on July 15, 2020 and until 23:59 on July 31, 2020, the maintenance of the current regime regarding the declaration of the situation of alertness, contingency and calamity. That is:
– the alert situation in the entire continental national territory, with the exception of the Metropolitan Area of ​​Lisbon (AML);
– the contingency situation in the AML, with the exception of the municipalities and parishes affected by the calamity situation;
– the calamity situation in the same 19 parishes in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area.
This decision takes into account that, although there is a decreasing trend in the number of new cases of disease in most regions of the national territory, there is a persistent incidence in some areas of the Regional Health Administration of Lisbon and Vale do Tejo, specifically in the North of the Metropolitan Area of ​​Lisbon.
All the rules and recommendations currently in force are maintained, introducing the following determinations:
– it is clarified that amusement and similar equipment (carousels) are allowed (except in the AML), subject to certain rules, and amusement parks and recreational and similar parks for children are closed throughout the country. and dance or party halls;
– it is specified that the final of the Portuguese Cup and the final phase of the Champions League are held without an audience;
– rules on air traffic and airports are clarified, namely: the obligation for passengers on flights originating in countries considered to be at epidemiological risk at present, at the time of departure, proof of conducting a test for screening for SARS infection- CoV-2 with negative result, carried out in the 72 hours prior to the moment of embarkation; and the obligation for ANA – Aeroportos de Portugal to carry out, at the Portuguese international airports that it manages, infrared body temperature screening for all passengers arriving in Portugal and to implement the respective protection and containment measures. These rules are not applicable to airports in the Autonomous Regions of Madeira and the Azores.
2. The decree-law amending the exceptional and temporary measures relating to the pandemic of Covid-19 disease was approved, with emphasis on:
– the maintenance, until 31 July 2020, of the food support provided by groups of schools and non-grouped schools in the public school system for students benefiting from levels A and B of school social action;
– the extension, until 31 December 2020, of the allocation of financing and compensation to public passenger transport operators, promoting the sustainability of those companies, whose activity and revenues were strongly affected by the measures to limit the circulation of collective means of transport adopted in the context of the pandemic situation;
– for the purpose of the maximum duration of the research grants provided for in the Research Fellowship Statute, it is safeguarded that the periods elapsed during the suspension of on-site activities in higher education institutions are not counted, as well as the suspension periods determined by national or foreign public authority and that apply to grant recipients.
3. The decree-law that changes the sanctioning regime applicable to the non-compliance with the duties established by declaring the situation of alert, contingency or calamity was approved.
The statute adds to the duties of natural and legal persons compliance with the rules applicable to air traffic and airports, under the terms of the declarations of the respective alert, contingency or calamity situations. It is established that, in the case of non-compliance with the air traffic rules and the airports by the airlines or by the entities responsible for the management of the respective airports, it constitutes an infraction sanctioned with a fine of: € 500 to € 2000, for each passenger boarding without demonstrate a negative Covid-19 laboratory test, or waiver of your need; and € 2000 to € 3000, for failure to comply with the obligation to track infrared body temperature to all passengers arriving in Portugal.
Compliance with the obligation is monitored by ANAC and SEF.

New Decree Law 51- A/2020 – Declares the situation of calamity, contingency and alert, in the context of the disease pandemic COVID-19     26th June

Informal translation in English Download here

 

New Decree Law 2B /2020  – Establishes the administrative regime, within the scope of the calamity, contingency and alert situation 26th June

Informal translation in English Download here

 

Communiqué of the Council of Ministers of 25 June 2020

1..The Council of Ministers approved today the resolution that continues the process of de-confinement initiated on April 30, declaring the situation of alert, contingency and calamity, depending on the territory, with effect from 00:00h on July 1 and until 23:59h on July 14, 2020.

The calamity situation covers 19 parishes in the municipalities of Amadora, Odivelas, Loures, Sintra and Lisbon: in Amadora – Alfragide, Águas Livres, Falagueira-Venda Nova, Encosta do Sol, Venteira, Mina de Água; in Odivelas – União de Freguesias da Pontinha e Famões, União de Freguesias Póvoa de Santo Adrião e Olival Basto, Ramada/Caneças e Odivelas; in Loures – União das Freguesias de Camarate, Unhos e Apelação and in União das Freguesias de Sacavém e Prior Velho; in Sintra – Union of the parishes of Agualva and Mira Sintra, in the parish of Algueirão – Mem Martins, in the Union of the parishes of Cacém and São Marcos, in the Union of the parishes of Massamá and Monte Abraão, in the Union of the parishes of Queluz and Belas and in the parish of Rio de Mouro; and Santa Clara, in Lisbon.

The alert situation is declared throughout the national mainland, with the exception of the Lisbon Metropolitan Area, where the contingency situation applies, and the municipalities and parishes that remain in a calamity situation.

For reasons of public health, the need for compliance with rules of occupation, permanence and physical distance, as well as hygiene rules, is maintained; and exceptional and specific measures are renewed with regard to activities relating to retail establishments, the provision of services and catering establishments.

For concentrations of persons, a limit of 20, 10, or 5 persons is established, depending on whether the situation declared on the spot is one of alert, contingency or calamity, respectively.

In the Lisbon Metropolitan Area (AML) the rule remains that all retail and service establishments, as well as those in commercial complexes, close at 20h00, except supermarkets, which may close at 22h00 and are not allowed to sell alcoholic beverages after 20h00.

In the parishes affected by the disaster, there is a civic duty of home collection, except for a number of activities, namely for the purpose and performance of professional activities.

The prohibition, which had already been established for AML, of the consumption of alcoholic beverages in open air spaces with public access and public roads is extended to the whole territory, except for the outdoor spaces of catering establishments and beverages duly licensed for that purpose.

It is clarified that events of a cultural nature are not considered to be concentrations of people for the purposes of this regime provided that they comply with certain rules. Bullfighting arenas and facilities, spas and hot springs are no longer closed.

 

2.  The Decree-Law establishing the administrative offence regime applicable to failure to comply with the duties established by declaration of the alert, contingency or calamity situation was approved.

The sanctions now established apply to situations of violation of the rules of occupation, permanence and physical distancing, rules relating to the use of masks or visors, rules relating to the suspension of the operation of certain establishments that must remain closed, rules relating to the opening hours of retail or service establishments, or rules relating to the maximum capacity of transport.

Fines from EUR 100.00 to EUR 500.00 are possible in the case of individuals, and from EUR 1000.00 to EUR 5000.00 in the case of corporations.

The inspection is the responsibility of the National Republican Guard (GNR), the Public Security Police (PSP), the Maritime Police (Polícia Marítima), the Authority for Economic and Food Safety (ASAE) and the Municipal Police.

 

3. The Healthy Neighbourhoods Programme was created at a national level as a national initiative that promotes health, social, economic, environmental and urban projects among the local communities most affected by the pandemic, or by other factors that affect their health and well-being conditions.

This Programme is intended to be a public policy instrument aimed at fostering partnerships and local interventions to promote the health and quality of life of territorial communities, through support for projects submitted by associations, collectivities, non-governmental organisations, civic movements and residents’ organisations, in collaboration with municipalities and health authorities.

 

4. The draft law, to be submitted to the Assembly of the Republic for consideration, was approved, modifying the exceptional regime for situations of delay in the payment of the rent due under the terms of urban housing and non-residential lease agreements, in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The legislative intention is to modify the regime foreseen in the legislation for non-housing leases in order to extend the rents that may be deferred, to establish new rules for their deferred payment and to provide for a mechanism that facilitates the agreement between landlord and tenant for the settlement of unpaid rents.

In the name of the financial sustainability of many commercial operators, a new balance is being sought which, while respecting the essence of the private property rights of landlords, will allow the economic recovery of the establishments.

 

Decree Law 45/B 2020/06/22

Resolution of the Council of Ministers no. 45-B / 2020 (extract)

Informal translation in English Original version in Portuguese legal value here 

 

Special measures applicable to the Lisbon Metropolitan Area

1 – In the Metropolitan Area of ​​Lisbon, the access, circulation or permanence of people in spaces frequented by the public, as well as the concentrations of people on the public road, are limited to 10 people, unless they belong to the same household.

2 – In the Metropolitan Area of ​​Lisbon, all retail and service establishments, as well as those located in commercial complexes, close at 20:00.

3 – Except for the provisions of the previous number, catering establishments exclusively for the purpose of serving meals in the establishment itself.

4 – Except for the provisions of paragraph 2, catering establishments and the like that continue the confection activity intended for consumption outside the establishment or delivery at home, directly or through an intermediary, who cannot supply drinks alcoholic beverages within that activity.

5 – The sale of alcoholic beverages in the service areas or at fuel filling stations located in the Metropolitan Area of ​​Lisbon is prohibited.

6 – In the Metropolitan Area of ​​Lisbon, the consumption of alcoholic beverages in open spaces accessible to the public is prohibited, except for the outside spaces of the catering and beverage establishments duly licensed for the purpose and in accordance with the limitation established in no. 2.

7 – The operational activity of security forces and services and rescue services operating in the Metropolitan Area of ​​Lisbon, within the scope of the implementation of the present regime, may be reinforced, if necessary, by personnel from other geographical areas, in articulation with the municipal civil protection structure. »

4 – To determine that the publication of this resolution constitutes sufficient communication for all legal purposes, namely for the fulfillment of the type of crime of disobedience.

5 – To determine that the present resolution takes effect at 00:00 on 23 June 2020.

 

SITUATION OF CALAMITY 

Communiqué of the Council of Ministers of 9 June 2020

3. The Council of Ministers decided to extend the declaration of a situation of calamity until 23:59 on June 28, continuing the process of de-confinement underway.

There is still the need to comply with rules of occupation, permanence and physical distance, as well as rules of hygiene, and also to maintain in force exceptional and specific measures regarding activities relating to retail establishments, service provision, catering establishments and access to services and public buildings.

The main changes (applicable from 15 June) in relation to the third phase of de-confinement are as follows:

  • The special limitations that were foreseen for the Lisbon Metropolitan Area will no longer apply, but the general rules in force for the rest of the country will – concentrations of up to 20 people (the limit was 10 people) will be permitted; establishments with an area of more than 400m2 or inserted in shopping centres and the respective food and drink consumption areas will no longer have their activity suspended;
  • Water parks, language schools and tutoring centres will be opened;
  • The rule of limiting the number of occupants in private vehicles with a capacity of more than five seats is extended to the whole territory, unless all occupants are in the same household, due to the difficulty of social distancing in motor vehicles, especially in the transport of workers;
  • It continues to be stipulated as a rule that establishments that have resumed or are resuming their activity may not open before 10 a.m., but exception is made, in addition to the situations already exempted, to gyms and health clubs (allowing them to open before 10 a.m.);
  • It is determined that activities and spaces that remain closed may open when they have specific guidance from the Directorate General of Health regarding their operation.

 

Read the Decree law on the extension of situation of calamity to 28th June here

 

5. The resolution that extends the restoration, on an exceptional and temporary basis, of the control of persons at the border with Spain, until 11:59 pm on 30 June 2020, in the context of the COVID-19 disease pandemic, was approved, without prejudice to re-evaluation every 10 days and possible extension.

Communiqué of the Council of Ministers of 29 May 2020

The Council of Ministers approved on  29th May a resolution that extends the declaration of a situation of calamity,  continuing the process of de-confinement begun on April 30, without questioning the evolution of the epidemiological situation in Portugal.

READ THE COMMUINIQUE IN ENGLISH HERE

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Here you find the laws, in thematic order:

 

To make it easier to find various laws Safe Communities has put together a list of these, suitably indexed in 23 categories with English headings. Scroll down.

  1. DECLARATION AND RENEWAL OF SITUATION OF CALAMITY
  2. DECLARATION AND RENEWAL OF THE EMERGENCY STATE and REVOKED
  3. MEASURES RELATING TO PREVENTION, CONTAINMENT, MITIGATION AND TREATMENT OF EPIDEMIOLOGICAL INFECTION BY COVID ‑ 19
  4. MEASURES TO SUPPORT THE SUSTAINABILITY OF THE ECONOMY AND BUSINESS, GENERAL
  5. RENTAL
  6. CAMPING
  7. TOURISM
  8. BANKING
  9. WATER AND SANITATION
  10. AGRICULTURE AND FISHERIES
  11. SCIENCE AND INNOVATION
  12. TRADE AND INDUSTRY
  13. ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS
  14. CULTURE
  15. EMPLOYMENT
  16. FAQ MAINTAINING EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS
  17. MEASURES RELATING TO HEALTH AND PROTECTION TO THE FAMILY
  18. MEASURES IN THE FRAMEWORK OF PUBLIC SERVICES
  19. SOCIAL PROTECTIONMEASURES RELATING TO MOBILITY AND TRANSPORT RESTRICTIONS
  20. TRANSPORT
  21. CIVIL REQUISITION
  22. MEASURES THAT BEHAVE RESTRICTIONS ON ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
  23. MEASURES ADOPTED BY THE AUTONOMOUS REGIONS

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Here you find the laws that we translated into English

 

Please note that the Informal translations are for information purposes only. At all times the official Portuguese original document prevails for legal purposes.

DECLARATION AND RENEWAL OF THE EMERGENCY STATE/SIT. OF CALAMITY

DECREE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC NO. 14-A / 2020 – DIARY OF THE REPUBLIC NO. 55/2020, 3rd SUPPLEMENT, SERIES I OF 2020-03-18

REVOKED Declares the state of emergency, based on the verification of a situation of public calamity

Version translated into English

 

DECREE No. 2-A / 2020 – REPUBLIC OF DAILY No. 57/2020, 1st SUPPLEMENT, I SERIES OF 2020-03- 20  REVOKED.This Decree is revoked byDecree No. 2-B / 2020

Regulates the application of the state of emergency decreed by the President of the Republic

In English

 

DECREE No. 2-C / 2020 – DIARY OF THE REPUBLIC No. 76/2020, 1st SUPPLEMENT, SERIES I OF 2020-04-17

REVOKED Regulates the extension of the state of emergency decreed by the President of the Republic

In English

 

DECREE-LAW No. 10-E / 2020 – DIARY OF REPUBLIC No. 59/2020, 2nd SUPPLEMENT, SERIES II 2020 -03-24

It creates an exceptional expenditure authorization regime to respond to the COVID-19 disease pandemic and makes the first amendment to Decree-Law no. 10-A / 2020 , of 13 March.

 

DECREE LAW No 17/2020

Publication: Republic Diary No. 80/2020, Series I of 2020-04-23
  • Issuer: Presidency of the Council of Ministers
  • Diploma Type: Decree Law
  • Number: 17/2020
  • Pages: 3 – 6
  • Applies the area of Travel
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DECREE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC NO. 14-A / 2020 – DIARY OF THE REPUBLIC NO. 55/2020, 3rd SUPPLEMENT, SERIES I OF 2020-03-18Declares the state of emergency, based on the verification of a situation of public calamitySECOND STATE OF EMERGENCY DECREE LAW 2020-04-18

Q and A Renewed State of Emergency law here

Version translated into English

 

In English

CAMPING

ORDER No. 3547/2020 – DIARY OF REPUBLIC No. 57-B / 2020, SERIES II OF 2020-03-22

Regulates the situation of users of camping and caravan sites and motorhome service areas

In English

 

TRADE AND INDUSTRY

ORDER No. 4699/2020 – DIARY OF REPUBLIC No. 76-A / 2020, SERIES II OF 2020-04-18

It determines that the percentage of profit on the wholesale and retail sale of medical devices and personal protective equipment identified in the annex to Decree-Law no. 14-E / 2020 , of 13 April, as well as ethyl alcohol and alcohol-based skin disinfectant gel, is limited to a maximum of 15%

In English

 

MEASURES THAT BEHAVE RESTRICTIONS ON ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES

Ordinance No. 71/2020 – DIARY OF THE REPUBLIC No. 52-A / 2020, SERIES I OF 2020-03- 15

Restrictions on access and the allocation of spaces in commercial establishments and in restaurants or drinks

In English

 

Ordinance No. 80-A / 2020 – DIARY OF THE REPUBLIC No. 60/2020, 1st SUPPLEMENT, SERIES I OF 2020-03-25

Regulates the regime for the provision of essential vehicle inspection services

In English

 

MEASURES RELATING TO MOBILITY AND TRANSPORT RESTRICTIONS

RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS No. 10-B / 2020 – DIARY OF REPUBLIC No. 53/2020, 1st SUPPLEMENT, SERIES I OF 2020-03-16

Restores, on an exceptional and temporary basis, the documentary control of people at the borders in the context of the epidemiological situation caused by the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and the disease COVID-19

In English

 

RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS No. 10-B / 2020 – DIARY OF REPUBLIC No. 53/2020, 1st SUPPLEMENT, SERIES I OF 2020-03-16

Restores, on an exceptional and temporary basis, the documentary control of people at the borders in the context of the epidemiological situation caused by the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and the disease COVID-19

In English

 

DECREE-LAW No. 10-C / 2020 – DIARY OF REPUBLIC No. 58/2020, 1st SUPPLEMENT, SERIES I OF 2020-03-23

Establishes exceptional and temporary measures to respond to the COVID-19 disease epidemic in the context of periodic technical inspections

Version translated into English

 

ORDER No. 3659-A / 2020 – DIARY OF REPUBLIC No. 59/2020, 1st SUPPLEMENT, SERIES II OF 2020-03-24

Determines SEF border control procedures

In English

 

ORDER No. 3863-B / 2020 – DIARY OF REPUBLIC No. 62/2020, 3rd SUPPLEMENT, SERIES II OF 2020-03-27

It determines that the management of appointments and appointments is carried out in such a way as to guarantee unequivocally the rights of all foreign citizens with lawsuits pending in the Foreigners and Borders Service, within the scope of COVID 19

In English

 

ORDER No. 4698-C / 2020 – DIARY OF REPUBLIC No. 75/2020, 2nd SUPPLEMENT, SERIES II OF 2020-04-17

Extension of the ban on air traffic to and from Portugal for all flights to and from countries outside the European Union, with certain exceptions

In English

 

MEASURES IN THE FRAMEWORK OF PUBLIC SERVICES

ORDER No. 3614-A / 2020 – DIARY OF REPUBLIC No. 58/2020, 1st SUPPLEMENT, SERIES II OF 2020-03-23

Regulates, under the terms of Decree No. 2-A / 2020, of 20 March, the operation of vending machines, and the activities of itinerant sellers and the rental of goods and passenger vehicles

In English

 

 

 

 

 

 

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