Madeira to introduce weekly testing rule, even for fully vaccinated visitors

Madeira testing rule
By Linsey McNeill
23/11/2021
Home » Madeira to introduce weekly testing rule, even for fully vaccinated visitors

Visitors to Madeira will have to be tested to enter indoor venues, including restaurants, from Saturday as the Portuguese island returns to a ‘state of contingency’.

Since 20 November, Madeira has required either a negative antigen test or proof of vaccination to access many venues including restaurants, bars, clubs, casinos and to attend sporting events or take public transport.

Under tighter restrictions being introduced on 27 November, visitors will have to show a negative test in addition to a vaccination certificate to access restaurants, bars, nightclubs, gyms, beauty sales and sporting and cultural events, including Christmas festivities.

The antigen test must be renewed weekly, however the new rules don’t apply to children under the ae of 12 or those who can’t be vaccinated for medical reasons.

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