Senegal Lifts COVID-19 State of Emergency
Senegalese President Macky Sall announced the lifting of the Covid-19 state of emergency in order to mitigate the economic consequences of the lockdown in the country.
Angola | 2020.05.28
Covid-19: Situation of Public Calamity Declared in Angola
A Situation of Public Calamity was declared, as of 00:00 (zero) hours of 26 May 2020, and will be maintained for as long as there is a risk of contamination by COVID-19.
Côte D’ivoire | 2020.05.19
COVID-19: Lifting Restrictions & Other Measures
During the meeting of the National Security Council chaired by President Alassane Ouattara on Thursday, 14 May 2020, and after reviewing the evolution of the pandemic in the country, the following decisions were announced:
Portugal | 2020.05.19
COVID-19: Apoios financeiros dirigidos às micro, pequenas e médias empresas para a adaptação ao contexto da doença
Cape Verde | 2020.05.18
COVID-19: Extension of State of Emergency for Island of Santiago
By means of Presidential Decree No. 9/2020 and Decree-Law No. 51/2020, both dated 14 May 2020, the state of emergency for the island of Santiago, including the capital city of Praia, was regulated and extended until 29 May.
Gabon | 2020.05.13
COVID-19: State of Emergency is Lifted
The State of Emergency declared on 10 April 2020 was lifted on 11 May 2020, but the following public health and safety measures remain in place:
Portugal | 2020.05.13
Exceptional and Temporary Framework for Insurance Contracts
By means of Decree-Law No. 20-F/2020, of 12 May 2020 (“Decree-Law”), the Council of Ministers approved an exceptional and temporary legal framework relating to the payment of insurance premiums and the effects of temporary risk reduction on insurance contracts, arising from the significant reduction in or suspension of activity, in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
São Tomé and Príncipe | 2020.05.12
New Measures to Respond to COVID-19 in STP
The State of emergency in São Tomé and Príncipe was recently extended until 16 May. In this context, new measures to tackle the crisis were approved and a Resilience Fund created.
Cape Verde | 2020.05.08
COVID-19: Extension of State of Emergency for Santiago and Boavista Islands
The state of emergency was extended until 14 May for Santiago and Boavista Islands through Presidential Decree No. 8/2020, of 2 May 2020, with the renewal for these islands of the temporary exceptional measures in force since 28 March, through Decree-Law No. 49/2020, of the same date.