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Great PaulVDV 2021-05-10 9:58

Hello Mariusz,
Apparently the UK is a bit more enthusiastic (or too enthusiastic?).
Today we heard the following in our corona news:
Portugal and Slovakia turn orange on European coronavirus map.
I don't want to spoil your pleasure. But are there two different criteria for assigning a colour to a country?
In any case, the situation in both countries is evolving in a positive way.
I remember that not so long ago both countries had a lot of infections. Have they progressed that far with the vaccinations in the meantime? Or does their population follow the measures taken better than in some other countries (for example, where I live)?
Your picture is a true gem. Wonderful colours created by the illumination.
Those colours are also well reflected in the Douro.
The Dom Luís I Bridge in Porto is indeed the place to see the city from an impressive viewpoint. I was there twice but actually not yet during the blue hour.
Best regards, Paul

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Hi Paul,
Maybe Boris Johnson wants to have his holidays in Portugal this year?
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Hi Mariusz,


I do realize that many decisions all over the world have to do as much with politics as with safety or health.

All the best!

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