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Entry and Corona rules: Portugal

Entry and Corona rules: Portugal

The usually milder course of an omicron disease is causing numerous countries to significantly relax their entry and corona rules. This is how Portugal is reacting to the current situation.

Entry rules

Since February 7th, travelers from EU countries no longer need a corona test to enter Portugal if they are fully vaccinated or have recovered and the recovery was no longer than six months ago. The corresponding EU certificate serves as proof. Anyone who does not have this proof or is not vaccinated must present a negative rapid antigen test that is not older than 24 hours or a negative PCR test that is not older than 72 hours. The body temperature of every airplane passenger is measured, if it is above 38 degrees, measures such as quarantine can be expected.

Differing entry regulations apply to the Azores. You have to fill out an online questionnaire 72 hours before your visit – unless you have the EU’s digital COVID certificate. Those who are neither vaccinated nor recovered can also carry out a PCR test when entering the Azores.

Overview article: Europe’s most popular holiday countries and their entry and corona rules

Corona rules

Access to hotels, restaurants and events is possible without 3G proof.

Masks are compulsory in public transport, nursing homes and hospitals.

Different regulations apply in the Azores and in Madeira.

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