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Greece weekly: 36,146 coronavirus cases, 111 deaths

Greece’s health authorities announced on Tuesday 36,146 new coronavirus cases confirmed in the week of September 12-18, 2022.  A total of 111 Covid-patients died in the same period, while the number of intubated patients stands at 82, the weekly report of the National Public Health Organization EODY. There is a …

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West Nile virus cases in Greece reach 60 in mid-August; 2 deaths

West Nile mosquito

Greece’s National Health Care organization EODY has announced a big increase in West Nile virus cases in the country. Two infected people have died. 19 new cases have diagnosed since the last week, and the total of infections with the virus transmitted by mosquitoes has reached 60 this year, EODY …

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Greece: 9,288 coronavirus cases, 15 deaths; distribution; positivity rate

Greece’s health authorities announced on Wednesday 9,288 coronavirus cases and 15 Covid-related deaths in the last 24 hours. The number of intubated Covid-patients in hospitals ICUs has decreasd to 103. Over 5,500 children aged 4-18 were confirmed positive with Covid-19 in the last week, EODY said in its weekly statement. …

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Greece ‘s Covid Observatory: Declining age of ICU patients, increase in deaths, hospitalizations

The latest surge in the coronavirus cases in Greece is showing a tendency toward stabilization but deaths and intensive care hospitalizations, especially among young people, are on the rise, the country’s Covid Observatory said in its 13th report on Friday. “The high number of COVID-19 cases continues to be the …

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Anarchist group claims responsibility for arson attack against Athens Voice office

An unknown organization calling itself “Anarchist group of anticapitalist action – Black Sundays, Red nights” has claimed responsibility for an arson attack on the offices of the free press weekly newspaper Athens Voice. The group accused the free press of creating “apolitical masses” and claimed that Athens Voice was contributing …

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