Tuesday , May 18 2021

Liz Osborn

Liz Osborn's first experience of the island was as a holiday rep in 1992. She fell in love with everything Zakynthian and has been here since then. Liz became a Greek citizen in 2003 and has been active in tourism and the Greek life over the years. Liz's support of the island saw her joining the Zakynthos Informer team in 2020

Major travel agency in the Netherlands declared bankruptcy – It employed 1,150 employees

One of the largest travel agencies in the Netherlands, D-reizen, with 285 stores and 1.1.50 employees, was recently declared bankrupt. According to the company. Due to the coronavirus crisis, and travel bans the company’s revenues were almost zero. While government aid came too late to save D-Reizen. The company, one …

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4,309 new cases in our country – 79 deaths and 751 intubated

The new laboratory-confirmed cases of the disease recorded in the last 24 hours are 4,309, of which 30 were identified after checks at the country’s gates. The total number of cases amounts to 281,570 (daily change + 1.6%), of which 51.4% men. Based on the confirmed cases of the last 7 …

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Latest News from British PM speech today.

  Today the UK Prime Minister gave another press conference to update UK Citizens on a number of issues relating to the ongoing pandemic. He [Prime Minister] confirmed that from, next week on 12th April, the UK will move to step two of the formally agreed road map. There will …

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Coronovirus – Greece (05/04) 759 intubations, 73 deaths and 1,866 new cases, 9 in Zakynthos

EODY announced on Monday, April 5, 1,866 cases of coronavirus, 73 deaths and 759 intubated . The announcement of EODY in detail: “The new laboratory-confirmed cases of the disease recorded in the last 24 hours are 1,866, of which 13 were identified after checks at the country’s gates. The total number of cases is 277,277 (daily …

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Programmed power cuts.

Tuesday 6th April 08.00 – 13.00 Pantokratoras – area of Sarakina -OTE – Stadium 13.00 – 14.30 Romiri – Konterika -Fterodi Wednesday 7th April 08.00 – 13.00 Lithakia – area of Hotel Souli – Boziki – Port – Zante Sun Source DEDDHE

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What is the self test, who is entitled to it, for which categories it is mandatory and how it is done

Another important weapon that comes to help in the battle to deal with the covid-19 pandemic, is the self-diagnostic home tests. Every citizen is entitled to one self test per week. Four per month. For a period of two months, which can be obtained for the pharmacy, by showing his …

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Coronovirus – Greece (04/04) 749 intubations, 78 deaths and 1,955 new cases. Six in Zakynthos

EODY announced on Sunday, April 4, 1,955 cases of coronavirus, 78 deaths and 749 intubated . The announcement: “The new laboratory-confirmed cases of the disease recorded in the last 24 hours are 1,955, of which 6 were identified after checks at the country’s gates. The total number of cases amounts to 275,414 (daily change + 0.7%), …

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Travel outside the prefecture: “Window” for Easter in the village with self test

A possible “Window” for Easter travel to the villages. The self tests seem to be examined by the experts. If they finally decide, the movement outside the prefecture by car and possibly by boat will be opened. If, of course, the restaurant remains closed at Easter, movement outside the prefecture …

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Retail: Opening hours in stores – How to shop

The retail opens from Monday, April 5, only with appointments for click in shop and click away due to the coronavirus pandemic. Retail in high risk areas will operate as follows: – By the procedure of remote pre-purchase / pre-selection of goods by electronic or telephone means for receipt / purchase …

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Κ.ΟΜ.Υ. Zakynthos – Rapid Tests – 47 in Katastari, 164 in Sq. Solomou – See the results

  Few were those who responded this morning to the call for free rapid tests from the Mobile Health Team (KOMY) in Katastariou Square. Only 47 people took the test and fortunately all 47 were negative. In Solomou square, although it was not very crowded, like the previous Sundays. 164 people underwent the tests …

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