The Odemira parishes of São Teotónio and Longueira/Almograve are starting to wonder what all the fuss was really about (click here) … their ‘presidents’ stress they have never been told how many cases existed in the parishes – not even when they were subjected to 12-days of siege by ‘sanitary cordon’. São Teotónio is still subject to restrictions – but the parish has lodged a ‘providência cautelar’, demanding to be released in order to join the rest of the country in stage 4 of deconfinement. “We want to be treated like the rest of Odemira’s parishes”, said São Teotónio’s parish president Dário Guerreiro. “We don’t want to be discriminated against. The minister of the presidency said (last week) that the cases had been “identified and isolated”, that justice has been done”. In Mr Guerreiro’s mindset, justice has not been done at all. The result of his parish’s providência cautelar should be known today or possibly tomorrow.