Benoît returned from the Portuguese capital this Thursday evening. He is surprised at the lack of controls.
Lisbon has therefore been part of the red zone since this Thursday. This means that all Belgians returning from this area must observe a quarantine of 14 days and be tested on their return. A situation that Benoît experienced first-hand, he who was traveling to Lisbon from July 3 to 9. “On leaving, I had no specific indication on the measures to follow since Foreign Affairs had not yet decreed that Lisbon was in the red zone, he says. What I did see was that Ryanair was not very attentive to the behavior of its travelers. On the outward flight, almost no one wore a mask, and we did not have a temperature control on board.ent. “
An astonishing, even worrying, situation, all the more so since the Portuguese authorities had already taken measures in certain districts of the capital. “The rules for wearing a mask are much stricter there and therefore much better enforced. There isdiscipline that we don’t know in Belgium .”