Cabrita leaves Government, Portugal has not registered as many deaths by Covid since March and other TSF highlights
Minister Eduardo Cabrita is leaving the Government. The holder of the Ministry of Internal Affairs asked for his resignation after an accusation of his driver was known. At issue is the accident that killed a person on the A6.
The resignation request was promptly accepted by the prime minister, António Costa.
The dismissal of the Government’s MAI comes on the day that health authorities registered another 2535 new infections and 21 deaths, the highest number of deaths since March.
This Friday afternoon was also marked by the explosion that occurred in a building in Lisbon. The accident, which is thought to have been caused by a gas leak, caused four injuries. one of them was in serious condition. All were transported to Hospital de São José.
With borders closed due to the new Ómicron variant, TAP announced that it will make a repatriation flight of Portuguese and EU citizens from Marrakesh as early as next Sunday.
The pandemic has worsened in recent weeks, especially in Central Europe. The Belgian government announced this Friday new measures to combat the pandemic, one of which is aimed at the youngest. Children will have to wear the mask from the age of 6 onwards.
Around here, the next weekend will be marked by the cold. Thermometers will descend throughout the mainland. The next wound, December 8th, will be rainy, according to the changes.
Finally, we are already broadcasting the Special Sport TSF, highlighting the two games: Portimonense-FC Porto and the derby between Benfica and Sporting na Luz.