Nikos Kapravelos, who is the head of the ICUs at the George Papanikolaou General Hospital of Thessaloniki, says he fears Greece could be hit with a third wave in 2021.
Greece’s National Public Health Organization (EODY) announced yesterday yet another shattered COVID-19 record.
This week Deputy Development Minister Nikos Papathanasis announced Greece will gradually restart its economic activity as of December 1st.
As of Wednesday, the Hellenic National Public Health Organisation (EODY) reported 2,752 confirmed Covid-19 cases.
Greece is seeing a new spike in Covid-19 infections, mostly in Attica, that is stoking concerns the second wave of the pandemic will further cripple tourism and the country’s economy.
Greek authorities have reported 453 new coronavirus cases, which is the highest single-day rise since the end of lockdown. Meanwhile, corporate interests sail full speed a course into the unknown.
Greece has temporarily banned passenger flights arriving from Barcelona and the wider region of Catalonia.
The recent rise in coronavirus cases in Greece has United Kingdom officials considering a travel ban to the country.
The National Organisation of Public Health (EODY) has announced 203 new cases of coronavirus in Greece as of Sunday.
Greek authorities have announced the extension of Covid-19 measures on organized beaches through to the end of July.
Security checks aboard ferries in Greece will be heightened in order to ensure Covid-19 safety precautions are adhered to.
From tomorrow malls and shopping centers in Greece will open in the next phase of lifting coronavirus pandemic preventative measures.
Lessons from Crete during the time of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic. Traditional values, steadfastness, and duty should rule all our hearts.