On Monday, in accordance with regulations put in place by Greek authorities in Athens, many of the restrictions put in place to battle the coronavirus will be lifted. Here in Heraklion, citizens are eager to restart their normal routines, as is the everyone lockdowns have occurred. This morning, I could not help but notice how […]
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