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Night-time curfew returns in Portugal as Covid cases rise across Europe


As #Covid-19 cases rise again across Europe, some countries are having to re-impose restrictions, including in #Portugal where a 11pm to 5am #curfew is set to come into force in 45 high-risk municipalities on Friday.

Added on the 02/07/2021 14:44:42 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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