Madeira and Porto Santo will reopen to tourism on the 1st of July.
From 1 July 2020, the date on which compulsory quarantine is lifted, Madeira will welcome tourists to the island again. Madeira is proud of its results, achieved by resolute action after the emergence of the virus. The island was closed and anyone who did arrive had to spend 14 days in quarantine. As a result, the island has so far only had 90 Covid-19 infections and no deaths. This makes Madeira one of the safest places at the moment. In order to keep this as much as possible, the regional government has taken a set of security measures, so that both tourists and Madeirians can continue to feel safe.