COVID UPDATES

  • Work from home or teleworking, whenever possible

  • It is prohibited to circulate between 11.00 pm, and 5.00 am in high and very high-risk municipalities – check the list of municipalities by risk level here

  • There are restrictions to circulate to and from the Lisbon Metropolitan area during the weekends, from Fridays, starting at 3.00 pm, to Mondays at 6.00 am

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TIMELINE

15TH OF MARCH

  • Day care centers, pre school and 1st cycle (4th grade) (also afterschool activities for the same ages)

  • Takeaway selling of items

  • Hairdressers, barbers, manicures and similar

  • Bookstores, car trade (garages and etc) and real estate agencies

  • Libraries and archives

5TH OF APRIL

  • 2nd and 3rd cycles (5th grade – 9th grade), also afterschool activities for the same ages

  • Handicapped social equipments

  • Museums, monuments, palaces, art galleries and similar

  • Shops up to 200m2 with access to street

  • Fairs and markets (non-food related) by municipal decision

  • Terraces of coffees shops, restaurants etc. (max. 4 people per table)

  • Sports activities with low risk

  • Outdoor physical exercise up to 4 people and gyms without group classes

19TH OF APRIL

  • Secondary education (10th grade – 12th grade)

  • Higher education (Universities and Business schools)

  • Cinemas, theatres, auditoriums, show rooms

  • Citizen shops with prior scheduling

  • All malls and shopping centres

  • Restaurants, cafes and pastry shops (max 4 people per table inside and 6 outside) open until 22h or 13h on weekends and holidays

  • Sports activities with medium risk

  • Outdoor physical exercise up to 6 people and gyms without group classes

  • Exterior events with limited capacity

  • Weddings and christenings with 25% capacity

3RD OF MAY

  • Restaurants, cafes and pastry shops (max 6 people inside and 10 people outside per table), no closing hour imposed

  • All sports activities

  • Outdoor sports exercise no limit and gyms no limit

  • Big outdoor and indoor events with limited capacity

  • Weddings and christenings with 50% capacity

PORTUGAL COVID-19 CASES

  • We will not accelerate on the present timetable even if things are going better than expected.

  • We have to stay within the green area for the current plan to go forward.

  • If we go into the yellow area (more than 120 case per 100k pop.), then restrictions will have to be re-evaluated, same things if the R(t) goes above 1.

  • If we get to the red zone, lockdown measures will be implemented again.

  • Measures will be evaluated every 14 days to see if everything is order.

  • 8th July: 247,3 cases per 100k inhabitants, R(t)= 1,20

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THE NEW NORMAL AT NOVA SBE

1. MASK UP: Always wear a clean and dry mask on-campus.

2. SANITIZE: Clean any surface before and after you use it.

3. DISTANCE: Always maintain a safe distance and limit gatherings to a maximum of 5 people​.

4. DISPLAY: Always visibly display your Nova SBE card.

5. REPORT: Notify the respective office in case of a suspected case.