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Presidential Decree no. 142/20, of 25 May, sets-forth a number of restrictions on the exercise of rights, such as the right of residence, movement and migration to any part of the national territory, as well as on the right of international movement.

Coronavirus Angola | Miscellaneous changes

Among the provisional and exceptional measures in force pending the state of emergency, we would like to further highlight, the following: the authorities are authorized to request to electronic communication operators detailed records of telephone calls and other support items exclusively for purposes of tracing citizens suspected of being infected by, or confirmed cases of, […]

Coronavirus Angola: Impact on the operation of industries and trade in general

Presidential Decree 142/20, of 25 May, maintains the permission to pursue industrial activities and trade in general, although establishing some restrictions mainly on opening hours for commercial establishments and organization of work. This statute is supplemented by Presidential Decree no. 298/20, of 20 November, which updates the exceptional and temporary measures to be adopted where a provincial or municipal cordon sanitaire is decreed.

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