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Graffiti to honor health workers fighting the pandemic at Piraeus hospital

An impressive graffiti to honor health workers who tirelessly struggle to save lives and fight against the pandemic in Greek hospitals is decorating the wall of the Tzanio public hospital in Piraeus.

The graffiti depicts the daily battle that doctors and nurses fight in the hospitals for the last two years.

It shows the masked face of a health worker holding a white rose in her hands.

The mural is an effort to express the gratitude of the society to the health workers in the country, the management of the Tzanio hospital said in a press release.

The graffiti is an initiative by the commander of the Tzanio hospital.

Sadly, no media refer the name of the artist.

There is a similar mural in the AHEPA hospital in Thessaloniki, northern Greece.

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  1. How about not firing medical workers who do not get 3th, 4th or 5th jab? I forget l, it is just unpaid suspension, so goverment can unsuspended them as needed during winter pandemic.

    Or remember when athens medical staff protested for better protective equipment? Or how goverment forced medical workers into hospitals?

    It was not “heroic battle” but underpaid slavery!