Our brief guide about the latest Portugal entry requirements and stay conditions during the pandemic.
Recently, Portugal has considered worthwhile removing most of the restrictive measures previously established. However, the Government may review current restrictions in accordance with the evolution of the pandemic. Furthermore, it is necessary to mention some of the effective regulations settled by the General Directorate of Health for the purpose of protect older people or disabled.
In case of planning a business trip to Portugal, it should be necessary to be informed about some regulations. In order to avoid any ambiguity, it is essential to describe which requirements and indications are still strongly recommended to travellers.
Table of contents
- Entry requirements in Portugal
- COVID-19 Test Regulations
- Face masks and social distancing
- Support from A&P
- Ask our Experts
1. Entry requirements in Portugal
Government of Portugal does not provide any limitations to enter Portugal, relieving travellers from all obligations. However, travellers are informed that new measures have been introduced to monitor COVID-19 virus only on flights departing from China.
2. COVID-19 Test Regulations in Portugal
From July 1st, 2022, passengers entering national territory (including the autonomous region of Azores and Madeira) are no longer required to present proof of a test with a negative result for COVID-19. However, please take note that Portuguese airports have a system for measuring body temperature on arrival. In case of fever, you may need to test for COVID-19 right at the airport.
It is therefore recommended, in the event of feverish symptoms, to contact the number 808 24 24, prior to go to a hospital or airport, describing your state of health for further instructions.
3. Face masks and social distancing
In Portugal is mandatory to wear a face mask in health care facilities. On the contrary, it is strongly recommended, but not compulsory, in public places, such as on means of transport, and other facilities. Please note that other regulations have been provided for accessing nursing homes or visiting hospitalised patients in Portugal.