Sunday , August 1 2021

International

Programmed Power Cuts 1st – 3rd April

Programmed Power Cuts Thursday 1st April 08.00 – 10.00 Katastari Astoria – Hotel Potamitis – Kalou 10.00 – 12.00 Katastari Laperda Pump Station 12.00 – 14.30 Alykanas Hotel – Hotel Valais Friday 2nd April 08.00 – 09.00 Tragaki – Carretta Hotel – Paganou Camping – Kolopondinou 09.00 – 10.30  Tragaki …

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3616 new cases – 76 deaths – 739 intubated today 31/3/21

The new laboratory-confirmed cases of the disease recorded in the last 24 hours are 3,616, of which 20 were identified after checks at the country’s gates. The total number of cases amounts to 263,689 (daily change + 1.4%), of which 51.5% are men. Based on the confirmed cases of the …

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Black day today (30/3) – 4340 new cases – 72 deaths and 741 intubated

EODY announced that in the last 24 hours 4,340 new cases of coronavirus were detected in our country, while there were 72 deaths and 741 of our fellow human beings are intubated. A number that is a new negative record since the beginning of the pandemic in our country. It is recalled that the previous record of cases was …

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Greece – tourism – Vaccination certificates from Serbia will be recognised

Facilitating the flow of tourists between Greece and Serbia during the upcoming summer season was the main topic of today’s meeting in Belgrade of the two countries’ Tourism Ministers, Haris Theocharis and Tatiana Matic. All possibilities were examined with regard to the safety of visitors and employees in tourism. It …

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Schools – compulsory covid tests for students to enter the classroom

Covid-19 disease screening is now mandatory for pupils, students and trainees. This was set out in a provision of a bill of the Ministry of Health, which was submitted to the Parliament late last night. The draft law also includes regulations of other ministries on various issues. Among them is article 88 …

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Animal Welfare on Zakynthos – How can we help with the situation

Animal Welfare on Zakynthos The Informer and a number of other groups are currently receiving a lot of comments and memes relating to animal welfare on Zakynthos, in light of a recent animal welfare case that has arisen. Many of the comments say things like: “It breaks my heart and …

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Catering – Key dates for outdoor operation of restaurants, retail and pilot scheme for tourism

With self-tests entering the battle against the coronavirus pandemic, April seems to be the month of opening up the country’s economic activity and easing the lockdown. According to Sofia Fasoulaki’s report for Open, the government’s plan includes a gradual opening of the market. With the help of the tests that are …

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TUI -2.8 million bookings for summer 2021

2.8 million bookings, 60% of the respective levels of the travel season in the summer of 2019, have been recorded by TUI  for this summer. Reservations are recorded across the group range and include reservation changes and vouchers. The total, for the high season that starts in July 2021, reaches …

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Lockdown – next week the discussion for retail shops and schools

The committee of scientists will meet in the middle of next week to discuss the reopening of retail, inter-municipal travel and schools, announced the Deputy Minister of Civil Protection and Crisis Management, Nikos Hardalias during the regular briefing on the course of the pandemic of coronavirus. The complementary strategy of …

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Early April self tests – Who will do them and for whom will they be mandatory?

The Deputy Minister of Health said that the self tests will be nasal or saliva tests with simple instructions for use. They will be available in early April from the country’s pharmacies. “In order to avoid overcrowding in the first days, priority will be given to people up to 67 years …

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