Restaurants, taverns, pizzerias, cafeterias and take away/delivery stores only will shut down for 24 hours on Tuesday, November 16, 2021, as owners of food service facilitiess in Greece request support measures by the government.
Food service enterprises launch the protest action across the country saying that restrictions for unvaccinated have heavily affacted their turnover that has been down by 30% to 50% since the measures were imposed since November 7.
Food service enterprises in Greece will shut down in protest at the new restrictions on the unvaccinated next Tuesday, November 16, and not this Thursday, as had previously been announced.
On that day they will also submit a statement of protest to the prime minister at noon.
Head of the sector’s federation (POESE), Giorgos Kavvathas, told media that food service turnover last weekend, the first under the new measures, was down by 30% to 50%, while on Monday and Tuesday that followed the decline amounted to almost 80%.
The restrictions aiming to a unique lockdown for unvaccinated citizens require multiple Rapid or PCR tests per week and at their own expenses..