The President of the Republic today invoked the guidance of the Constitutional Court (TC) not to accept in his request for preventive review of euthanasia the claim of unconstitutionality made by the regional assemblies of Madeira and the Azores.
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Covid-19: Passengers from Madeira and Azores Travelling to the Mainland Exempt from Negative TRag Test
Passengers travelling from the Azores and Madeira to the Portuguese mainland are exempt from submitting either a negative TRag (antigen test), or nucleic acid amplification test (TAAN) from tomorrow, the 1st of December.
The PSD/Madeira today criticized what it said were TAP's “loan usage practices” on repatriation flights from Venezuela, and considered the Prime Minister, António Costa, as an “outlaw” for failing to comply with State Budget measures.
The Prime Minister of the mainland Government, António Costa, has arrived in Madeira to attend a Confiança coalition rally, headed by current Funchal Mayor, Miguel Silva Gouveia.
According to the Lusa News Agency, a source from the PS (mainland Government) has confirmed that the government of António Costa does not propose to renew outdoor mandatory mask wearing in parliament this week.
The use of the European digital Covid-19 immunisation certificate, or proof of negative testing comes into force today, and since the 16th of June, more that one million certificates have been issued in Portugal.
The Prime Minister of Portugal, António Costa, will be visiting Madeira on Sunday to present the Socialist Party's global strategy called 'Recover Portugal, Guarantee the Future,' which will open the party's XXIII National Congress at midday on the 6th of June at the Casino da Madeira .
The Prime Minister of Portugal, António Costa today thanked health professionals from the Dr. Nélio Mendonça Hospital for all their hard work and dedication towards the three mainland Covid-19 patients who were flown to Madeira on the 29th of January.
The Prime Minister of Portugal, António Costa, categorically stated today that anyone abusing or failing to comply with the current Covid-19 vaccination rules will be punished, and has asked all citizens to "trust” health technicians and authorities.
The initial 9,750 vaccines that have been set aside for Madeira will arrive by the end of the year, and not the first week of January, as originally thought. During a telephone call between the President of Madeira, Miguel Albuquerque and the Prime Minister of Portugal, António Costa, the Portuguese representative confirmed that the first batch of vaccines will arrive in Madeira between the 28th and 29th of this month.
The Portuguese Prime Minister, António Costa, will present his Covid-19 national vaccination plan on Thursday the 3rd of December.
In Portugal over half a million people have downloaded the 'Stayaway Covid' application, according to the Assistant Secretary of State for Health and Health, Jamila Madeira.
The Prime Minister of Portugal, António Costa, has authorised the purchase of 6.9 million individual vaccines, costing the state €20 million, in a European Union coordinated move to control the pandemic.