Head of Civil Protection Nikos Hardalias announced on Friday evening, the updates of the so-called epidemiological map of the country. He listed new regional units and municipalities that are placed at “very high risk level”, which ones exit to “high risk” and which remain in the same level.
He also announced the opening of retail even though with click away only in the regional unit of Kozani from Monday, April 19, due to improvement of the epidemiological load
Driving schools are to open again across the country from April 19, however, with strict protections measures and Covid-19 self-tests.
New in “very high risk” level – “deep red” from Saturday morning, April 17, 2021:
Islands: Thassos (40 active cases), Kythnos (7)
Municipalities; Rethymno (137 active cases), Phaistos (73), Maronia/Sapes (43), Didymoticho (85), Pydna/Kolindros (40), Kavala (224), Volos (338), Sintiki of Serres (81), Vorei Tzoumerka (12).
Regions that exit “Very high risk” from Monday, April 19, 2021:
Islands: Mykonos, Leros, Skyros, Kythira & Hydra, Agkistri
Municipalities: Karystos & Kymi/Aliveri (Evia), Lokres,
Regional units and municipalities that remain in “very high risk”
Regional units: Attica (except municipalities Agkistri, Kythira, Hydra), Achaia, Viotia, Evrytania, Arcadia, Corinth, Halkidiki, Kilkis, Pella, Kozani, Lesvos, Zakynthos, Kos, Thassos
Municipalities: Kalymnos, Rhodes, Chios, Rethymno, Anogeia, Chania, Phaistos, Kavala, Karditsa, Grevena, Kythnos, Ioannina, Konitsa, North Tzoumerka, Serres, Amphipolis, Sintiki, Veria, Kastoria, Lamia, Ilida, Halkida Eretria, Dirfi.Mesapion (Evia), Didymoticho, Pydna/Kolindros, Volos, Maronia/Sapes, Galatini.
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