Shopping malls, childcare centres, gyms, cinemas, theatres and other cultural venues have reopened across most of the country, but with capacity restrictions, social distancing (2 metres) and the use of face masks within indoor public spaces.
Restaurants and cafes are open until 10.30pm. Gatherings are limited to 6 people per table indoors and 10 people per table outdoors. The use of facial cover is compulsory, except when eating or drinking. Alcoholic beverages can only be served until 9pm and only inside restaurants or on licenced terraces.
Contactless payments (no cash) are mandatory across the country.
Additional measures in some municipalities
Measures are in place throughout Portugal to control the spread of the virus. These measures differ according to the level of risk in each municipality. There are four levels of risk: moderate, high, very high and extremely high. Check the level of risk in your municipality here and use this tool (in Portuguese) on the Portuguese government’s website to confirm the measures in place in each municipality.