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COVID-MAP: Some improvement yet Greece’s mainland in “deep red”

There is a small improvement in the course of the pandemic in Greece as the recently updated official COVID-MAP shows. Updated on February 15, 2022, the Covid-Map shows that while the overwhelming majority of the mainland and the big islands remain in “deep red”, the highest pandemic level, while some …

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Greece: 18,605 coronavirus cases, 80+8 deaths, 470 intubations; distribution

Greece’s health authorities announced on Friday 18,605 coronavirus cases and 80 deaths in the past 24 hours. the number of intubated Covid-patients in hospitals across the country decreased further to 470. Official EODY Data February 18 Tests in past 24 hours: PCR 25,782 RAPID 356,609: Positivity PCR+RAPID: 4.87% 18.605 Διασωληνωμένοι: …

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Greece: 19,504 coronavirus cases, 93 deaths, 484 intubations; distribution

Greece health authorities announced on Thursday 19,504 coronavirus cases and 93 deaths in the past 24 hours.The number of intubated Covid-patients in hospitals stands at 484. 4,305 people has died due to Covid-complications from Jan 1 until Feb 17, 2022. Αt the weekly Live Briefing on Thursday, health experts said …

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Athens Metro extends operation hours on Fridays and Saturdays

Athens Metro lines 2 and 3 will extend their operating hours on Fridays and Saturdays and trains will run until 01:30 in the morning, managing company STASY announced on Friday. The extension will be in effect from March 4, 2022. According to STASY the last trains will depart from Syntagma …

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EU countries aim to lift Covid restrictions by mid-March, says Greece’s Minister

All the countries at the EU Health Ministers Council meeting said that they aim to lift remaining restrictions to control the transmission of the coronavirus by mid-March, depending on the pressure facing individual countries’ health system,” Greece’s Health Minister Thanos Plevris said on Thursday. Speaking to Skai TV, Plevris said …

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Greece crosses milestone of 25,000 coronavirus deaths; 19,509 cases; distribution

Greece crossed on Wednesday, February 16, the psychological milestone of 25,000 coronavirus deaths.Health authorities announced on Wednesday that another 82 Covid-patients died in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of fatalities since the start of the pandemic to 25,001. Authorities announced also 19,509 new coronavirus cases in the …

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Greece: 21,412* coronavirus cases, 77+4 deaths, 489 intubations; distribution

Greece’s health authorities announced on Tuesday 21,412 coronavirus cases and 77 deaths in past 24 hours. Four deaths and 546 confirmed cases from previous days were added with delay on today’s data. The number of intubated Covid-patients in hospitals decreased further to 489. Official EODY data February 15 Tests in …

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Greece’s epidemiologists consider lifting more Covid-restrictions

Greece’s epidemiologists are called this week to satisfy if not all at least some of the requests of the government for liftiing several restrictions aiming to contain the spread of the coronavirus in the country. At least for vaccinated citizens the government has reportedly requested the epidemiologists’ committee to give …

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Reinfection with Omicron is more likely; no vaccine 4th dose for general population

President of Greece’s National Vaccination Committee said on Monday that anyone who gets ill with the Omicron variant of the coronavirus is more likely to become re-infected than if they came down with one of the other variants. The president also said that the 4th dose of vaccination is for …

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Parents on Rhodes sentenced and fined for not sending child to school

A 35-year-old man and a 33-year-old woman were handed a suspended 14-month prison term and fined 3,000 euros each by a court in Rhodes for not sending their 8-year-old child to primary school due to the pandemic. The parents were convicted of violating the law on compulsory attendance at kindergarten, …

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Greece: 20,361 coronavirus cases, 78+4 deaths, 494 intubations; distribution

Greece’s health authorities announced on Monday 20,361 coronavirus cases and 78 deaths in past 24 hours. Four deaths from previous days were added with delay on today’s data. The number of intubated Covid-patients in hospitals decreased further to 494. Several thousands fewer tests due to the weekend. Official EODY data …

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Greece: 10,853 coronavirus cases, 72+3 deaths, geographic distribution

Greece’s health authorities announced on Sunday 10,853 coronavirus infections and 72 deaths in the last 24 hours. The number of intubated Covid-patients in hospitals decreased further to 499. Note that tests have been much fewer due to weekend. EODY data Saturday, February 12: Coronavirus infections: 16.442 PCR 25,384 RAPID: 313,449  …

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Greece scraps mandatory Covid-test for travelers from USA, Canada, Australia

Greece’s Civil Aviation Authority modified its latest air directive (NOTAM) and scrapped the requirement of mandatory Covid-19 for travelers from the United States, Canada and Australia. Travelers from these three countries will not longer have to present a negative Covid-19 test, provided they have a vaccination certificate or a certificate …

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Greece: 17,656 coronavirus cases, 92+10 deaths, 512 intubations; distribution

Greece’s health authorities announced on Friday 17,656  coronavirus cases and 92 deaths in past 24 hours. Ten deaths from previous days were added with delay on today’s data. The number of intubated Covid-patients in hospitals decreased further to 512. Official EODY data February 11 Tests in last 24 hours PCR …

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