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Athens traffic restrictions for ex king’s funeral

Traffic restrictions are in place between 06:00 and 14:00 on Monday around the Athens Metropolitan Cathedral (‘Mitropoli’) near Syntagma Square because of the funeral of the former king of Greece Constantine, Hellenic Police headquarters said on Sunday. No cars will be allowed on Mitropoleos street, on Eolou str between Adrianou …

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Athens: Over 5,500 policemen, traffic restrictions for November 17 Anniversary

Over 5,500 police officers are being deployed across Greek capital Athens for the events of November 17, when Greeks will honor the 49th anniversary Students’ Uprising against the military junta. The 3-day events start on Tuesday at the Athens Polytechnic School in downtown Athens next to the National Museum and …

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Traffic restrictions in and around Marathon due to race Oct 16

The municipality of Marathon, North-East Attica, will impose traffic restrictions on Sunday, October 16, 2022, due to the “7th Half Marathon in Marathon Town 2022.” Restrictions will include street shutdowns, while traffic to the center of the city will use Fidippidou and Artemidos streets. More details on the traffic restrictions …

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US Senate drops amendments restricting F-16 sale to Turkey

Two amendments introduced by Democratic Senators Bob Menendez and Chris van Hollen restricting the sale of F-16 fighter jets to Turkey have been dropped from the Senate version of the annual US defense spending bill. The Senate formally kicked off debate Tuesday on the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), …

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EU advises further relaxing of Covid travel rules for foreigners

European Union member countries agreed Tuesday that they should further facilitate tourist travel into the 27-nation bloc for people who are vaccinated against the coronavirus or have recovered from Covid-19. The European Council is recommending that EU nations next month lift all testing and quarantine requirements for people who received …

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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’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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Greece’s health experts recommend lifting limit in seated customers, other restrictions remain

Restrictions in the maximum number of customers seated per table in cafes, restaurants, bars and entertainment venues should be lifted, the health ministry’s committee of health experts reportedly proposed at a meeting on Wednesday. Under the current Covid-restrictions, only 6 seated customers per table are allowed in these establishments. The …

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Greece lifts some restrictions in restaurants and entertainment venues

Greece is relaxing some of the restrictions against Covid-19 due to the recent decrease of daily infections. Health Minister Thanos Plevris announced on Thursday evening that the closure of restaurants and other venues at midnight will be lifted and so the ban of music that now will be allowed again …

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Greece extends additional Covid-restrictions to Jan 31

Restrictions measures against the coronavirus currently in effect will be extended by yet another week to Monday, January 31, the Greek Health Ministry announced on Wednesday, following a meeting of the ministry’s committee of health experts. The measures had been put into effect on Thursday, December 30, through Sunday, January …

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