SEF detects passengers flying into Portugal with false papers and Covid test certificates

SEF borders control inspectors at Lisbon’s Humberto Delgado and Porto’s Sá Carneiro airports detected four passengers flying into Portugal over the weekend, carrying false papers and test certificates for Covid-19. There were four passengers in total: two from the Republic of Ireland, one from Austria (all arriving in Lisbon) and carrying counterfeit documents – and one from France, who arrived in Porto from Paris-Orly with a fake Covid test certificate. This last passenger was made to take an official Covid test at the airport which he had to pay for himself.