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Is circulation on Madeira’s public roads now prohibited?

Circulation on public roads is now prohibited between 18:00 and 05:00 the next day. According to data released on Thursday by the Regional health authorities, Madeira registers 77 confirmed cases, 2 deaths and 39 recoveries, thus making a total of 1027 active cases, of which 181 are imported and 846 are cases of local transmission.

How safe is Madeira?

Madeira Islands are focused on positioning as a safe destination and are working with SGS, the world leader in certification, to ensure good practices across the destination to minimise risks in the wake of Covid-19.

What is the curfew in Madeira?

The Regional Government of Madeira imposes curfew at 18:00 on the next two weekends (9-10 and 16-17 January). For the next two weekends all commercial establishments, cafes, bars, restaurants and spaces of worship close at 17:00. Take-away ’and home deliveries close 18:00.

What is the situation like in Madeira?

The president of the Regional Government of Madeira, Miguel Albuquerque declares the situation of calamity and announced the reopening of some economic activities, hairdressers (appointment only), services and shopping centres.

What are the rules in Madeira in January?

In Madeira, the regional government will not change the rules, maintaining the same measures implemented on 13th of January. Curfew weekdays between 19:00 and 05:00 the following day and weekends between 18:00 and 05:00 the following day. ( see January 12th update ).

What is the situation like in Madeira?

The president of the Regional Government of Madeira, Miguel Albuquerque declares the situation of calamity and announced the reopening of some economic activities, hairdressers (appointment only), services and shopping centres.

What is the curfew in Madeira?

The Regional Government of Madeira imposes curfew at 18:00 on the next two weekends (9-10 and 16-17 January). For the next two weekends all commercial establishments, cafes, bars, restaurants and spaces of worship close at 17:00. Take-away ’and home deliveries close 18:00.

What are the restrictions on circulation on public roads?

Circulation on public roads is prohibited between 11 pm and 5 am, with the exception of Health professionals, security forces, civil protection agents, military personnel, inspectors, urgent medical-veterinary assistance, short-term and pet-friendly walks, airport passengers, public transportation, taxis, and TVDE (Uber).

What are the rules in Madeira in January?

In Madeira, the regional government will not change the rules, maintaining the same measures implemented on 13th of January. Curfew weekdays between 19:00 and 05:00 the following day and weekends between 18:00 and 05:00 the following day. ( see January 12th update ).

What are the new security measures in Madeira?

The state of calamity in Madeira will be renewed, and the curfew will be extended by one hour. The confinement period in Madeira and Porto Santo continues, with the mandatory curfew remaining in effect between 01.00 and 05:00 the following morning, including weekends. (For more information on the new measures, see the June 14th update.)

When is the mandatory curfew in effect in South Africa?

Currently, the mandatory curfew is in effect weekdays between 19:00 and 05:00 the following day and Weekends between 18:00 and 05:00 the following day (Saturdays and Sundays and public holidays).

What is the situation like in Madeira?

The president of the Regional Government of Madeira, Miguel Albuquerque declares the situation of calamity and announced the reopening of some economic activities, hairdressers (appointment only), services and shopping centres.

Like many places throughout the world, Madeira is going to suffer huge problems this year, as it has already since last summer, but is it going to get worse.? Let go back before covid, if you wanted to find a job in Madeira, in would be very difficult, and mainly through people you know you might have got lucky.

Is circulation on Madeira’s public roads now prohibited?

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