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Easter with three guests creates greater danger of transmission from Covid-19 – Society

Portugal recorded two deaths from Covid-19 on Monday, both in the region of Lisbon and Vale do Tejo. The fatal victims are a man in the age group of 60 to 69 years old and a woman over eighty years old. It is the lowest figure since September 5, the day on which an equal number of fatalities were recorded.

The decrease in mortality occurs during the period when circulation between municipalities is prohibited, in order to curb potential contagions. However, the director of the National School of Public Health, Carla Nunes, stresses that this is an objective that can be compromised if at Easter each family decides to invite two or three people.

The risk of an increase in transmissions is associated with greater pressure on hospital units. In the last bulletin, the Directorate-General for Health announced that there are 584 people hospitalized, 39 less compared to Sunday. Of these, there were 129 patients in Intensive Care Units, seven less than in the previous 24 hours. 388 new cases were also registered on Monday. In the North region there were 147, in Lisbon and Vale do Tejo 140, in Centro 46, in Madeira 37, in the Azores 11, four in the Algarve and three in the Alentejo.

In the risk matrix, Portugal remains in the green zone, with 70 cases per hundred thousand inhabitants, which allows for lack of definition.

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