Since you have a European passport, have you considered going to Sweden? It's one of the last places on earth where you don't need to wear a mask. I don't know how long they will hold out, but from what I read there is still strong support against lockdowns/diapers there.Having lived abroad for many years now and being a dual citizen (some European country and American) makes that pretty easy for me and many of you guys stateside reading this will have fewer options and will have to look at relocating to other U.S. states.\
In Portugal the situation is starting to get disturbing as the government frantically tries to push through more restrictions. They are planning to initiate a "pre-emptive" state of emergency now, so I guess some form of national lockdown is coming, but I don't think it will be as harsh as other western European countries. You can still walk outside with masks, and it doesn't seem like the government is planning to push a full-on outside mask mandate, but who knows. South Portugal (Algarve) isn't affected by the new November 4th restrictions affecting most of the country, so it's still one of the "freer" areas in western Europe for the time being, but that could all change in a second.