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Greece’s updated Covid-MAP: Two more regions turn “red”

Greece’s health authorities placed the regional units of Serres and Karditsa into “red” level on Wednesday due to recent increased in the number of infections. The increased cases of coronavirus “reddened” two other prefectures by changing the epidemiological map. In the updated Covid-19 MAP, the level of increased risk remains …

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Mini Lockdown in Thessaloniki, Halkidiki & two more regions (COVID-MAP)

Greece’s Civil Protection placed four regional units in mini lockdown on Thursday citing particularly increased virus load. Other factors such as low vaccination rates and increased occupancy at hospitals Intensive Care Units in these regions added to this decision. According to a statement the regional units of Thessaloniki, Halkidiki, Larissa …

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Mini Lockdown in Argolida, Evrytania; extension in 5 regional units (Covid-Map)

Greece’s Civil Protection imposed a mini lockdown to the regional units of Argolida, Peloponnese, and Evrytania, Epirus, with the aim to contain the spread of the coronavirus. At the same time, they extended the restrictions in the regional units of Achaia, Ilia and Messinia in Peloponnese, of Heraklio on the …

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Zakynthos: “No extension of mini lockdown,” says Regional Governor

Hours after the Civil Protection announced the extension of the mini lockdown on the island of Zakynthos, the Regional Governor of the Ionian island Rodi Kratsa told media that this decision has been revoked. Speaking to state broadcaster ERT on Friday morning, Kratsa said that the situation has been re-evaluated …

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Civil Protection imposes “mini lockdown” in 4 Regional Units in North Greece

Greece’s Civil Protection impose restrictive measures – so-called: mini lockdown – against the spread of the coronavirus in four Regional Units in northern Greece. According to a press release, the decision follows an extraordinary meeting at the Civil Protection Operation Center on Thursday and the new epidemiological data that have …

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