Current public measures against Covid extended in Greece by a week to January 31

Current public measures against Covid extended in Greece by a week to January 31The use of high protection face masks (KN95 or FFP2) is also mandatory for all passengers in all means of public transport and highly recommended in crowded public areas, either outdoors or indoors

Restrictive measures against the coronavirus currently in effect will be extended by yet another week to Monday, January 31, the Greek Health Ministry announced on Wednesday, following a meeting of the ministry’s committee of health experts, ANA reports.

The measures had been put into effect on Thursday, December 30, through Sunday, January 16, and were then extended by one more week to January 23. They include the closing of all bars, cafes, restaurants, and music venues at midnight throughout the week. These must operate without music, and they cannot cater to more than 6 people per table, while all customers must be fully vaccinated and be seated at all times.

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