Elizabeth Santos of EAPN (European Anti-poverty network Portugal), said yesterday that a quarter of the Madeiran population lives on less than 551 euros per month.
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The President of the Regional Government, Miguel Albuquerque, stated today that mandatory mask wearing, whilst outside, may end this month due tocurrent evolution of the pandemic.
Mandatory mask wearing; teleworking in the public service, a move which the Funchal Chamber of Commerce (ACIF), are firmly against; acceleration in the administration of the third dose of vaccine; more rigorous nightlife control; a 'push' for the unvaccinated to become vaccinated; limitations on home visits.
Talking to reporters this morning, the President of Madeira, Miguel Albuquerque said that 'For now, Christmas is still not at risk, due to the sudden increase in Covid-19 cases in recent days.'
The President of the Regional Government announced this morning that, next year, he will open the Sidraria of São Roque do Faial, and after that, another one in Prazeres.
During the opening ceremony of European Sports Week at Quinta Magnolia, the President of Madeira, Miguel Albuquerque, presided over an award ceremony distinguishing Madeira's Tokyo Olympic representatives, including managers, coaches, referees and athletes.
Currently no dates have been proposed or agreed as to when Covid restrictions will be eased or removed in Madeira.
During his visit to the Dragoeiro' Alzheimer's Centre, the President of the Regional Government, Miguel Albuquerque, thanked Father Bernardino Trindade for all his help and support during the past couple of years in supporting Madeira's most vulnerable citizens.
The President of the Regional Government, Miguel Albuquerque, stressed today that the situation in Porto Santo is complicated, and that to address the situation, a greater police presence will be maintained.
The President of the Regional Government announced today that Madeira currently has an average floating (tourist) population of around 37 thousand people, and that between the 1st of July 2020 and the 29th of July 2021, 609,000 people entered Madeira. Which, according to Miguel Albuquerque' means that the tourism market is growing exponentially. Therefore, he said, all current pandemic health and safety measures will be maintained to safeguard public health.
In a controversial statement, the President of Madeira, Miguel Albuquerque, has promised to find a solution for the Lugar de Baixo Marina, without using taxpayers money. However, when challenged by journalists about his plans for the area, he refused to comment.
Despite the easing of restrictions, the current curfew from 1 am to 5 am is in place, although, many may not think so while walking through the Old Town of Funchal.
While talking to journalists at the inauguration of MAMMA – Museum of Modern Art of Madeira, yesterday morning, the President of Madeira, Miguel Albuquerque, confirmed that the current restrictive measures will remain in place, and if the numbers of positive cases continue to increase, he will not hesitate to introduce new restrictive measures.
At a cost of €100,000 and built in seventy-five days, Quinta Magnolia, Funchal, now has a new putting green and driving range aimed at improving the image of the sport, as well as increasing its popularity among 'all' Madeirans.