Portugal's two-week anti-virus ban on travel abroad kicks in

A two-week ban on foreign travel took effect in Portugal on Sunday as the country grapples with the worst surge in Covid-19 cases anywhere in the world. The few exceptions include international professional activities, medical emergencies, goods transport or to reunite families, the interior ministry has said. According to AFP data, Portugal is the world’s worst-hit country relative to its population of about 10 million. Nearly half of the 12,000 Covid-19 deaths have occurred in January alone during a third wave of the virus, and Portugal went into a second general lockdown on January 15. Bord…

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