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The Museum of the Stoa of Attalos, in the archaeological site of the Ancient Agora in Athens, will remain closed for 14 days due to the detection of a coronavirus case.
Despite the impressive digital upgrade of the Municipality of Athens, which was further accelerated by the coronavirus in terms of serving the public, some employees still have to go through handwritten archives as a number of them were only digitalized in the previous decade.
Greek health authorities announced 126 new SARS-CoV-2 infections in the country in the last 24 hours, 10 of which were imported infections detected at the country’s entry points.
The Greek government has decided to call off the 85th Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF) originally scheduled for September 5-13.
Health Minister Vasilis Kikilias heralded on Monday new measures to halt the steady rise in the number of new coronavirus infections in the country.
Seventeen of the 38 migrants who arrived at the island of Lesvos on August 4 have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the municipality of Mytilene announced Monday.
The spike recorded in the daily number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Greece has so far not been accompanied by corresponding pressure on the National Health System (ESY), according to health authorities who say that in any case it had already been reinforced with extra staff after the pandemic began...
Greek health authorities said on Saturday they had confirmed 152 new coronavirus cases in the country the last 24 hours, of which 22 were reported at the country’s entry points.
The Greek coach of Russian basketball giant CSKA Moscow Dimitris Itoudis has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to announcement by the team.
The Union of Police Officers of Piraeus hit back on Saturday at remarks by the mayor of the island of Poros, Yiannis Dimitriadis, who claimed law enforcement officials had not done enough to ensure the public observed health safety rules to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Τhe Doctors Association of Patra in western Greece has reported that a growing number of people are requesting documents that would exempt them from the obligation of wearing a mask to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
The head of the police station on the Saronic Gulf island of Poros is expected to be removed after the local mayor accused him of not doing enough checks among local businesses for compliance with the safety measures against the coronavirus.
The rise in coronavirus cases since last week continued on Friday, with health authorities announcing 151 new infections.
The government is considering cancelling the annual Thessaloniki International Fair this year as part of the measures to prevent overcrowding and following an increase in the number of coronavirus infections in the wider region, according to sources.
Greece’s Civil Protection on Friday announced three new measures as part of the government efforts to slow down the spread of the coronavirus.
Aiming to decrease overcrowding on urban transport amid the coronavirus pandemic and improve services, the government on Friday announced a batch of immediate and medium-term measures.
Plans are afoot for the construction of a warehouse stocked with sanitary material that will serve needs across the European Union in a secret location in Attica. The initiative is part of the European Commission’s plan to create stocks of medical supplies and vaccines in the face of a new wave...