“Looking at this distance, Ovar’s sanitary fence could have been avoided” | Coronavirus

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Between 17 March and 17 April, the country had its eyes especially focused on the evolution of the pandemic in one municipality: Ovar. It was there that the largest sanitary fence on the continent took place because of the covid-19 pandemic. Today, at P24, we are going to look at these days and see how the situation evolved with the vice-president of the Chamber of Ovar, Domingos Silva.

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