From today on, it will be mandatory to use masks in closed places, including on public transport, with fines foreseen for those who do not.
The deflation plan kicks off this Monday in Portugal with the resumption of some of the normality lost during the pandemic caused by the new coronavirus.
The country went from a state of emergency to a situation of public calamity, with the use of community (or social) masks as one of the measures to contain the spread of Covid-19. A challenge also for Portuguese companies that have adapted to manufacture new products that are now so necessary.
If you do not have this equipment yet, know that they are available, for example, on the website mascarascertificados.pt, launched this Sunday.
The site has masks (for single-use and reusable) produced in Portugal and certified by CITEVE (Centro Tecnológico Têxtil e Garço) and visors. There is equipment for children and adults.