Portugal, which has a population of just over 10 million, has recorded 318,640 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 4,876 deaths. Portugal, which has a population of just over 10 million, has recorded 318,640 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 4,876 deaths. On Wednesday, Portugal reported 646 new Covid-19 cases, its highest daily total since late April. Portugal has officially recorded more than 307,000 cases of COVID-19 and has attributed more than 4,700 deaths to the virus. Portugal has developed a travel insurance for visitors residing abroad - Portugal Travel Insurance - which covers, among other aspects, medical, surgical, pharmaceutical and hospital expenses related to Covid-19, as well as cancellation, interruption expenses or extension of the trip also for reasons of Covid-19. Prime Minister Antonio Costa warned that the national vaccination plan is subject to âmyriad uncertainties,â such as delivery times by foreign drugmakers and vaccine licenses yet to be â¦ Portugal to ease COVID-19 restrictions Lisbon [Portugal], December 6 (ANI/Xinhua): Portuguese citizens will be able to travel between the country's municipalities during the Christmas holidays with certain limitations, but not during New Year festive season, Prime Minister Antonio Costa announced on Saturday at â¦ Portugal has been one of the most successful European countries at beating back Covid-19, despite also being one of the poorest. Covid-19 Response Fund Donate In Portugal , from Jan 3 to 3:47pm CET, 7 December 2020 , there have been 322,474 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 4,963 deaths . Prime Minister Antonio Costa will also submit a proposal to parliament to make face masks â¦ 12 Comments While the court has deemed the test to be unreliable, medical experts have hit back against these claims, stating the judges have acted âirresponsiblyâ in their ruling. How has Portugal's response been different and how has it managed to avoid the high death tolls of neighboring countries? Filipe Froes, a doctor from the national COVID-19 task force, says Portugal had time to prepare for the outbreak, with the virus reaching the country later than in Spain and Italy. Tougher measures will be imposed in Portugal from Thursday onwards to contain record levels of coronavirus cases, including stricter limits on gatherings and heavier penalties for rule-breaking establishments. Portugal declared a state of emergency on 18 March, just two days after the first COVID-19 death was reported.