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Greece toughens restrictions for “take-away”, “delivery” and “drive-through”

The Greek government toughened lockdown restrictions for restaurants and cafes operating with take-away, delivery and drive-through and threatens violators with hefty fines. According to the new measures published in the official gazette on Tuesday, February 2, no customers are allowed stay inside or outside these facilities. Fines for businesses are …

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Fine on students who hang out in squares after school, says Greece’s Education Ministry UPD

Deputy Education Minister Zeta Makri announced on Sunday that fines will be imposed on students who sit in squares with their friends after class and do not return home on time. The Deputy Minister, in fact, threatened the students as the reopening of Gymnaisums and Lyceums is scheduled on February …

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Fines on 9 women activists have been erased, says Greek Police

The fines imposed on nine women activists arrested on November 25 have been erased, Deputy Citizens’ Protection Minister Lefteris Oikonomou said on Friday. The women were detained for “violating the public health protection measures” when they gathered in front of the Palriament in downtown Athens to mark the International Day …

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Minister apologizes for the arrest of 9 women activists

Minister for Citizen Protection Michalis Chrysochoidis apologized on Friday for the arrest of nine women who staged a small peaceful rally at Syntagma Square in downtown Athens to mark the International Day of the Elimination of Violence Against Women on November 25. All women were wearing masks and kept social …

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Greek police issues thousands of fines for violations of Lockdown

Greek Police has issued thousands of fines for violations of restrictions and of protective measures since the beginning of the lockdown on November 7. The fines amounted to almost 4 million euros until November 23. Fines of some 3 million euros were issued alone for violations of the use of …

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Prosecutor investigates birthday party at the Bar Association amid measures

The Chief Prosecutor of the First Instance Court in Athens ordered a preliminary criminal investigation after a video recorded during a party at the Athens Bar Association was leaked to the press. The party was held to celebrate the President’s birthday. The video shows a least least ten people cheering …

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