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Travel update for Madeira

By Mark Blezard


Mark Blezard writes about traveling to Madeira

As of the 20th of November, new COVID restrictions will apply when visiting Madeira. The most notable one being masks which are now compulsory for anyone over six years old anywhere in public spaces – indoors and outdoors, where social distancing is not possible.


The Madeiran authorities advise everyone to take the vaccines against COVID-19 but this is somewhat irrelevant given the necessity to demonstrate your vaccination status upon arrival at the airport. Make sure your vacine docs are loaded to the Madeira Safe app prior to travel, it will make your stay far easier.


I've copied an extremely useful table for the restrictions below from Madeira Island Direct. For a more detailed article on traveling to Madeira, I recommend you click here.

​activity or visit to

compulsory

advised

​gym or group sports

vaccination plus negative test

casino, theatre, cinema

​vaccination plus negative test

​bars, restaurants, clubs

vaccination plus negative test

​supermarket, shops, shopping malls

​vaccination or negative test

​pharmacy or health institution, clinics

vaccination or negative test

hairdresser

vaccination plus negative test

​cultural events

vaccination plus negative test

town halls, governmental offices

vaccination or negative test

churches

vaccination or negative test

post office

vaccination or negative test

petrol station

vaccination or negative test

public transport

vaccination or negative test

Christmas celebrations

vaccination or negative test

funfairs, playgrounds, circuses, amusement parks

vaccination plus negative test

Christmas dinners, non-religious celebrations

vaccination plus negative test

private celebrations (e.g weddings, baptizing parties

vaccination plus negative test

after-church gatherings

vaccination plus negative test


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