We looked inside some of the tweets by @CatarinaDemony and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
"Media images of ambulances with coronavirus patients queuing outside hospitals in Lisbon and elsewhere as they waited for beds to vacate have raised fears the health system is close to reach its limit." More info: https://t.co/lebr4JXXH2
This picture of ambulances queuing outside Portugal's biggest hospital, Santa Maria, is worrying at a time the country's fragile health system is under growing pressure due to a rise in coronavirus infections 1/7 https://t.co/niHMalP4rd
A friend from Porto sends me this picture of a newly opened, topically-named bakery called PÃODEMIA (play on words combining "pão" — the Portuguese word for bread — with "pandemia" — pandemic). I, for one, yearn for a global crisis centered on pastéis de nata and bolos. https://t.co/3t240Mo4tZ
Natuza Nery não consegue controlar as lágrimas ao vivo na Globonews https://t.co/5smK88s86V
One of Brazil’s most eloquent and sensitive political observers @NatuzaNery breaks down on TV tonight as she ponders the situation in Manaus. Who can blame her? What a nightmarish situation https://t.co/vJQ6YlTfI5
My kind of wine. https://t.co/VSa2ZYYCdZ
#VermelhoEmBelem: mujeres y hombres nos pintamos los labios en señal de libertad. Frente a la extrema derecha q ha tratado de descalificar a @mmatias_ por ser mujer, personas de distintos partidos nos pintamos los labios y anunciamos q el color rojo es hermoso y avanza🌹 https://t.co/R8RAfb4F6I
In Portugal, hundreds of people are posting pictures of themselves wearing 💋red lipstick💋 after the far-right presidential candidate insulted female candidate @mmatias_ for using it. Here's Spanish journalist and writer Pilar del Rio supporting the #VermelhoemBelem movement: https://t.co/HrcBBTdZzX
Change doesn’t always come easy to me, but I’m really excited to be taking on a new challenge as Communications Officer at @BHRRC in Feb 👩🏻💻✊🏽🌏 They do brilliant work advancing human rights in business, helping eradicate abuse, and strengthening corporate accountability.
Schools open, businesses closed as Portugal enters new lockdown https://t.co/0UXt2Kkhr4
British travel ban is "absurd", Portuguese foreign minister says https://t.co/YyYzvFDmuM
Lisbon’s cafes, restaurants and shops opened doors one last time this morning before the second lockdown comes into force tomorrow. Many feel desperate, without knowing if they will be able to make ends meet for much longer. “Only time will tell,” one said. https://t.co/iqnAe0RkHN