Funchal cleared of electoral posters

… as voting day dawns

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The Diario notes that election day will dawn with most of the plethora of electoral posters having been removed overnight as required by regulations – particularly those in the vicinity of voting stations. Apparently, a few have been missed and remain in place – the photo shows those removed from the approach to the port.

JM observes that an umbrella may be required to vote today, with light showers a possibility.

Azores cruise connection maintained

World Voyager maintains operations between the Region and the Azores until 2023.

Mystic Cruises has already confirmed that cruising between the islands will continue to be a reality for the next two years. To JM, Paula Cabaço, president of the port authority, Portos da Madeira (APRAM), values ​​the continuation of the new route and considers that the partnership with the Azores is important for the recovery of the sector. 

TAP adds a daily flight betweens Lisbon and Funchal

TAP publicity claims it has always been with Madeira in critical moments. As of October 31, the carrier will now offer a total of 6 daily flights. For the Flower Festival, flights will be operated with larger capacity aircraft, such as the A321.

COVID-19 in Madeira: daily updates can be found in an earlier post

Vaccinations in Madeira: updates can be found in an earlier post

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