Coronavirus in Portugal: Restrictions eased as vaccine rollout continues • FRANCE 24 English

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#Portugal is beginning its journey to what the country’s Prime Minister calls “total freedom,” with a government decision Thursday to start winding down #Covid-19 pandemic #restrictions ahead of a forecast 70% of people being fully vaccinated by the end of this summer.

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