By Pepi Sappal • 05 July 2020 • 19:00
19 of Lisbon's neighbourhood's are under lockdown conditions until July 14, CREDIT: Pixabay
In fact, the majority (77 per cent) of the new coronavirus cases have been diagnosed in the Lisbon region, despite the lockdown. Since the beginning of this month, 19 of Lisbon’s neighbourhoods (apart from the centre) were forced back into lockdown following recent outbreaks in the surrounding areas, as reported.
Lisbon’s lockdown restrictions are in force until at least July 14, where citizens can only leave home for essential activities, such as going to work or buying food. In addition, nine more Covid-19 deaths were registered in the last 24 hours, totalling 1,614 fatalities from the disease in the country to date.
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This article wrongly reports that 19 of Lisbon’s neighbourhoods are in lockdown. They are not. Simply stores close at 8pm, drinking alcohol is outside is not permitted and only small groups are permitted together. Please check your sources.
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