State of Calamity declared in Portugal

The Portuguese Government has declared the "State of Calamity" for all the Portuguese territory, with effects from today, the 15th of October, onwards, and which has introduced new rules and contention measures of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of these measures have a direct impact on the life and the activities...

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Home support for people in isolation for Covid-19

The University of Porto is launching a new project named "Home Support - COVID19". This project aims to support the academic community - students, researchers, or staff - who are in isolation or quarantine or at risk during the COVID-19 pandemic. With the help of many volunteers, the University of...

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Special measures for staff of the University of Porto

Following the latest decisions by the Council of Ministers (on March, 12) and Minister for Modernization of the State and Public Administration, the Minister for Labor, Solidarity and Social Security and the Minister for Health (Order No. 2836- A / 2020 of March 2), the University of Porto, under...

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Classes suspended at the University of Porto

The University of Porto has always guided its procedures regarding the COVID-19 epidemic by the recommendations and determinations of local and national health authorities. However, in view of the rapid escalation of the situation and given the growing doubt and social alarm that prevents the normal continuation of school activities,...

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ICBAS/FFUP closed: guidelines for students and staff

Following the closure of the FFUP/ICBAS complex, determined by the National Health Authority, the University of Porto, in coordination with health authorities established today, March 8, 2020, the following procedures: 1 - The facilities shared by the Faculty of Pharmacy (FFUP) and the Abel Salazar Institute of Biomedical Sciences (ICBAS)...

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ICBAS/FFUP is closed

One of the people who tested positive today (March, 7) for coronavirus has been confirmed as a student of the Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Porto. The information was confirmed by the Portuguese Directorate-General of Health. The affected student has been in close contact with a confirmed case...

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