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Zakynthos:- Rapid Test results from KOMY

  Κ.ΟΜ.Υ. Zakynthos 111 rapid tests today (16/05)   The Mobile Health Team (KOMY) of Zakynthos was also present in Solomos Square today to donate rapid tests to citizens of the island. A good start to the week with 100% of the tests performed being all negative. A total of …

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Zakynthos:- Out of the 6 positive self tests 5 have come back NEGATIVE.

One Senior high school student in Zakynthos was diagnosed with coronavirus, whose self-test was also positive. However, the student had not gone to school, so there is no reason to suspend the school’s operation or quarantine his classmates. Another high school student’s molecular test came back negative, after having the …

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Greece:- Self test: Available only for students and teachers up until Wednesday 12 May

Self test: Available only for students and teachers up until Wednesday 12 May Announcement of the Pan-Hellenic Pharmaceutical Association for the availability of self tests for coronavirus. Only teachers, students and school staff will be given self tests by pharmacies from Monday 10 May until Wednesday 12 May.     …

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From 3rd May, SMS to 13033 will stop – Inter-municipal movements will be allowed

“Consumers have been vigilant in recent days and yesterday on Palm Sunday. As we all understand that we are at a critical point and the market must remain open,” Secretary General of Commerce and Consumer Protection Panagiotis Stampoulidis told ANT1. He said that “self tests are available to companies and …

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Hardalias – Zakynthos will stays in Deep red for another week – Driving schools open

Along with Nikos Hardalias , as usual, were the professors Papaevangelou and Majorkinis , as well as the Deputy Minister of Health, Vassilis Kontozamanis . 26,000 active cases in Greece – The positivity index is falling Mrs. Papaevangelou spoke first, referring to the epidemiological data announced earlier by EODY. “26,000 active cases in our country,” the professor …

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