This Saturday, GNR ended with an illegal party with 22 people in a villa in Lagameças in the Palmela municipality in the Setúbal district because the measures imposed due to the Covid-19 pandemic were not followed.
The GNR Setúbal Territorial Command said in a statement that the party was closed by military personnel from the Territorial Detachment of Palmela.
“Following a complaint that a party was being held on rented property, the Guard military went to the site after verifying that the attendees were not only an unauthorized event, but were not using the mask or socializing guaranteed removal,” it says in the declaration.
According to the GNR, 22 people between the ages of 16 and 30 were identified and sent to their respective homes.
“Given the non-compliance with the general duty to collect at home and the non-compliance with the rules for holding events, the appropriate records of violations have been made,” the statement said.
The GNR recalls that “complying with the measures imposed by the state of emergency related to the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic” is “of fundamental importance in order to contain the spread of the virus”.
The Covid-19 pandemic in Portugal killed 15,034 people among the 781,223 confirmed cases of infection. This emerges from the latest bulletin of the Directorate-General for Health.
The disease is transmitted by a new coronavirus that was discovered in Wuhan, a city in central China, in late December 2019.