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PM Mitsotakis urges public to get vaccinated against the flu

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis called on the public to get vaccinated against influenza, especially if there are people over 60 in their families, on Tuesday. In a video posted in a tweet, Mitstoakis said, “Despite the fact I am not over 60, there is a highly vulnerable relative in my …

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Covid-vaccines for vulnerable children aged 6 months- 4 years

Children aged between 6 months and 4 years with underlying health conditions or that are immune-compromised should get inoculated against the coronavirus, Greece’s National Vaccination Committee recommended on Tuesday. In a live briefing, committee head Maria Theodoridou also said that healthy children in the same age category could get vaccinated …

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Greece starts booster vaccinations against Omicron BA.4 and BA.5

Booster shots against Covid-19 variants Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 started in Greece on Monday. morning. According to recommendations by the National Vaccination Committee this booster shot is for people over 60 years old, those at risk of serious illness, immune-suppressed, as well as front-line health workers and those working with …

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Monkeypox vaccination not for general population, says Greece’s Vaccination Committee

Greece’s National Vaccination Committee has drawn up a roadmap regarding vaccinations against the monkeypox. At the same time, the country’s health authorities are awaiting recommendations by the European ECDC regarding the strategy to be followed and the use of vaccines against smallpox, vaccines that seem to provide some protection against …

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Greece extends validity of vaccination & recovery certificates; NOTAM for domestic flights

Greece extended the validity of vaccination and recovery certificates in order to comply with the European Union directive and the extension went into force on Monday, April 5, 2022. The validity of vaccination certificates is herewith extended to 9 months – from 7 months previously-, while the validity of recovery …

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