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Greece:- coronavirus and vaccination updates for Friday 18th June, including Zakynthos

Coronavirus: 469 new cases, 20 deaths and 307 intubated in the last twenty-four hours. The third wave of the coronavirus is still on a steady pace of de-escalation, as shown by all the basic epidemiological indicators and the data published daily by EODY. On Friday, June 18, EODY announced: “The …

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Greece:- Coronavirus and Vaccination updates for Monday 14th June, including Zakynthos

The data presented relate to cases from the epidemiological surveillance of the disease by the new coronavirus (COVID19), based on the data reported to EODY and recorded until June 14, 2021 (time 15:00). The new laboratory-confirmed cases of the disease recorded in the last 24 hours are 472, of which …

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Greece:- Coronavirus and vaccination updates for Tuesday 1st June, included detailed report for Zakynthos

On Tuesday, June 1, EODY announced: “The new laboratory-confirmed cases of the disease recorded in the last 24 hours are 1,886, of which 5 were identified after checks at the country’s gates. The total number of cases is 404,163 (daily change + 0.5%), of which 51.2% are men. Based on …

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Greece: Attica “champion” again with 804 cases of coronavirus, 140 in Thessaloniki. Updates for Zakynthos included

In Attica, most cases of coronavirus were detected for another twenty-four hours, according to the geographical distribution announced by EODY. Specifically, out of the 1,585 new confirmed cases of the disease, 804 were detected in Attica, in Thessaloniki 140 were recorded and in Achaia another 32 new infections. In detail:- …

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Greece:- Coronavirus and Vaccination updates for Wednesday 26th May, including Zakynthos

1,517 new cases of coronavirus in the country – 44 deaths and 547 intubated. The new laboratory-confirmed cases of the disease recorded in the last 24 hours are 1,517, none of which were detected in checks at the country’s gates. The total number of cases amounts to 395,094 (daily change …

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Greece:- Digital Green Certificate: From June 1 available for the Greek residents

Following the agreement reached between the European Parliament and the Member States. Greece seems to be ready to implement the digital green certificate from June 1st. Greece has already passed and successfully passed the relevant tests and is ready from the first day of summer to implement the digital green …

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Greece:- Coronavirus and Vaccine updates for Tuesday 18th May (Including Zakynthos)

Coronavirus: 1,425 cases in Attica, 245 in Thessaloniki – The distribution   The geographical distribution of coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours In Attica, most of the new cases of coronavirus in Greece are recorded for another 24 hours and on Tuesday, May 18, according to the distribution of …

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Greece:- Coronavirus updates for Sunday 16th (including data for vaccinations)

Coronavirus: 1,262 cases, 50 deaths, 656 intubated The information from EODY about the cases of coronavirus in Greece during the last 24 hours OEODY announced on Sunday, May 16, 1,262 new cases of coronavirus, 50 deaths and 656 intubated patients. The admission of new Covid-19 patients to the hospitals of …

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Greece:- Coronavirus and vaccination update for Saturday 15 May

Coronavirus: 1,957 cases, 43 deaths, 661 intubated. The information from EODY about the cases of coronavirus in Greece during the last 24 hours EODY announced on Saturday, May 15, 1,957 new cases of coronavirus, 43 deaths and 661 intubated patients. The admission of new Covid-19 patients to the hospitals of …

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Greece:- Vaccination updates for Saturday 8th May including Zakynthos

A total of 3,647,689 vaccinations have been carried out with an increase rate of  (+112.477) for 08/05/2021 2,450,362 have had their 1st dose vaccinations with a (+58.836) for 08/05/2021 a total of 1,197,327 have completed their 2nd dose vaccination with a (+53.641) for  08/05/2021 Zakynthos A total of 12,250 vaccinations …

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