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Coronavirus:- How pollen increases contagion – Precautions and hours that should be avoided.

Athanasios Damialis, Professor of Aerobiology at the Technical University of Munich, talks about the role of pollen in increasing cases of coronavirus. Professor of Aerobiology at the Technical University of Munich, Athanasios Damialis, talks to “Ora Hellados” about the role of pollen in the increase of cases. Mr. Damialis clarified …

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Greece:- Extension of lockdown in Attica – The areas that enter deep red…. Zakynthos remains as a “red” zone and more…..

Extension of lockdown in Attica – The areas that enter deep red. schools close throughout the country. Nikos Hardalias announced extension of the lockdown, closed schools. All areas that go in deep red The following areas are included in the level of very high risk (deep red) from the morning …

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What will apply now with the measures on Zakynthos

After Nikos Hardalias announcement that Zakynthos is now orange here is a recap of the measures for orange areas. As of tomorrow Saturday 20th February. According to the current data, the measures applied horizontally for the whole territory are the following: Use of mask indoors and outdoors 24-hour traffic restriction …

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Zakynthos:- A general meeting at City Hall Strict, measures in schools and at gateways.

A general meeting at City Hall Strict measures in schools and at entrance gates. Intense concern from teachers and parents The closure of schools is outside the competence of the Municipality The number of schools suspending department operations is increasing   The outbreak of the pandemic with the high point …

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Press release from the Civil Protection, N. Hardalias. Measures from 6th February, 2021

Good evening from Civil Protection. The epidemiological picture of our country and not only, which is presented to us in detail every week by our Professors, Mrs. Papaevangelou and Mr. Majorkinis, is not static. The epidemiological data are constantly changing, which is why we monitor them closely and any change …

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Greece:- The Government Gazette announces extraordinary protection measures from covid19

The Government Gazette announces extraordinary protection measures from covid19 The emergency measures for the protection of public health from the risk of further spread of covid-19, by field of activity, throughout the Territory were published in the Government Gazette. These measures are valid for the period from Monday 25 January …

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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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Greece:- Travel Ban:- How to go from one are to another at Christmas and New Year’s

Travel ban: How to go from one area to another at Christmas The ban on moving from prefecture to prefecture will remain in force during the Christmas and New Year period There are a few days left for Christmas with the government making it clear in all directions that travel …

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Coronavirus:- Infectious disease experts… “we will only open when we have less than 1,000 cases.

Infectious Diseases Specialists: We will open only if we have less than 1,000 cases. The scientific community as a whole expresses its concerns about the next step in regards to opening of retail shops in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. With the coronavirus reaping in the country and the …

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Greece:- Lockdown will continue until 07 January, 2021.

Petsas: Schools, restaurants, courts, entertainment all after Christmas Holidays.   Prohibition of travel from prefecture to prefecture remains in force – Opening of Hair Salons and retailers in the “air” Stelios Petsas announced the continuation of the lockdown that is still valid today for schools and restaurants, which seems they …

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