Wednesday , January 20 2021

Louise Inzk

Louise is Australian born and has been a Greek citizen since 1991. She has deep cultural ties with the island, often writing about Zakynthian Traditions and Culture. She is also an active member of the Volunteer Group of Zakynthos, Giostra Di Zante and is a member of the women's choir "Rodambelos". Her love of the island and all it offers saw her joining the Zakynthos (Zante) Informer admin team in 2014.

Greece:- 2 hour limit for shopping

Vatopoulos for open stores: If retail is doing well, maybe the restaurants will open     Alkiviadis Vatopoulos spoke to OPEN about the decision of the committee to open the stores   A ray of light “and for the opening of restaurants, after the retail, left the professor of Microbiology …

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Greece:- What stores open on Sunday, January 24 for retail and other activities.

The stores open on Sunday, January 24 For retail and these activities. An optional operation is introduced for Sunday, January 24th,  to give more time for citizens to do their shopping and businesses to organize their customer base, so as to avoid over crowding. “If there are such phenomena, we …

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Greece:- Allowance 534 euros January: When will it be paid – The amount until January 17.

Allowance 534 euros January: When will it be paid – The amount until January 17. How much will those who come out of the suspension on Monday get, until when are the declarations made for the allowance of 534 euros in January. This time, employers and employees will have 13 …

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Greece:-2 hour time limit does to not apply for hairdressers.

Georgiadis: The time limit of 2 hours does not apply to hairdressers.   The time limit of 2 hours does not apply to hairdressers, as explained by the Minister of Development Adonis Georgiadis. On Monday, January 18, the retail trade will reopen, as it has already become known, without, however, …

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Zakynthos opens for tourists from June, after a “Heavy winter” in bookings despite the positive messages about the vaccine

Zakynthos opens for tourists from June “Heavy winter” in bookings despite the positive messages about the vaccine Tour operators defer contract payments May will be a lost month It will be a year of last minute bookings The start of coronavirus vaccinations throughout Greece may have brought optimism to the …

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Greece:- Schools… High schools and Lyceums not to open yet.

Schools: The opening of high schools and lyceums will be discussed next Friday. With the opening of the retail trade scheduled, according to the information, for Monday, January 18, the eyes are turned to the other “thorn” for the government, which is none other than the opening of the high …

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Greece:- The traffic ban still continues despite retail opening.

The traffic ban schedule that will be valid after the opening of the retail trade. The traffic ban will remain in force from 9 pm until 5 am and after Monday, January 18, despite the opening of retail, as announced in today’s briefing on the evolution of the coronavirus pandemic. …

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Greece:- Stores Open: How retail opens – Appointments for beauty salons and hairdressers.

Stores: How retail opens – Appointments for beauty salons and hairdressers   The whole plan for opening stores – What applies to hairdressers and beauty salons. The stores will reopen on Monday, January 18, as officially announced by the government. The open stores will have different opening hours and movement …

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Greece:- Coronavirus: From 300 to 500 euros the fine for those who violate the measures.

Coronavirus: From 300 to 500 euros the fine for those who violate the measures.   From 300 to 500 euros increases the fine for those who violate the measures against the spread of the coronavirus. The increase of the fine to all those who violate measures against the coronavirus was …

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Zakynthos:- classed as “GREEN AREA” in coronavirus pandemic

ECDC: Greece is the only country in Europe with “green” coronavirus areas Greece is among the countries with the fewest cases per 100,000 inhabitants for the same period. An optimistic note for the future of the pandemic in our country is the report of the ECDC, the European Center for …

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