Presentation on arrival at Madeira Airport of a SARS-CoV-2 test (PCR) with a negative result, provided that it is carried out within a maximum period of 72 hours prior to boarding, or carrying out, for free, the respective test on arrival at Madeira Airport. The result of this test will be made available within around 12 hours. The Madeira Health Authority recommends that you wait for your test result in confinement in your hotel room. We would like to inform you that our hotels have room service. Please see the menu on the hotel's website.
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Passengers who present a medical document certifying that they are recovered from COVID-19 disease upon disembarkation in Madeira (issued in the last 90 days), or that present a document certifying that they are vaccinated against Covid-19, are not required to do this test. Learn more here.
- Mandatory use of mask outside and inside
From 6 years of age, except: disabled people (due to difficulty in putting on / removing the mask without assistance); sports practice (physical activity and / or leisure that involves physical effort, recreational sports activities in forest areas and recommended walking routes; beaches, bathing areas and complexes and access to the sea;
- Prohibition of circulation on public roads between 11pm and 5 am the folloowing day. With the exception of certain situations, namely travel for health reasons, travel to the airport for passengers to board and disembark.
- Trade and Services close at 22h. The exception to this measure are: pharmacies, clinics, doctors' offices and petrol stations (only for vehicles fuel supply).
- Restaurants and bars close at 22h. With capacity reduction to 50% of capacity, inside and outside and maximum capacity of 5 people per table, unless they belong to the same household. It is not allowed to eat or drink food at the counter or standing.
More detailed information here. Watch Madeira Safe to Discover video here.
In response to the current pandemic, PortoBay developed the hygiene and safety protocol 'Together We Care', which implements a set of measures in accordance with the guidelines of WHO and national and regional health authorities. Learn more here.