Lockdown due to COVID-19 extended to 4th May

According to the announcement of the Greek government on 23rd April all the restrictions in order to combat the coronavirus epidemic will be extended until 4th.

The exact timeline for the easing of the measures will be announced next week.PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis will address the nation to explain how society and the economy will gradually return to normality again.

“The objective of the confinement measures is not to remain in a glass bowl, stuck in our homes. The objective is to take our lives back and win back our way of life, which was temporarily deprived of us by this cunning and invisible enemy,” government spokesman Petsas said.

By Wednesday evening, Greece had reported 2,408 cases of COVID-19 and 121 deaths. There were no fatalities on that day.
On Thursday, the confirmed cases of coronavirus amounted to 2,463 as 55 new cases were recorded, as the infectious disease specialist and representative of the Ministry of Health Sotiris Tsiodras announced, and 125 deaths were reported as four more patients died.
At the same time 57 people have been discharged from ICUs.

Source: greekreporter and Xaniotika Nea

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