Greece has increased the measures! New restrictions inside

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As part of the new measures published in the Official Journal, it was made mandatory to perform a Kovid-19 test once a week for employees in the private and public sectors who have not yet been vaccinated and have not had Kovid-19 over the past six months.

It was noted that the test is required twice a week for teachers, employees of the tourism and food and beverage industry, and personnel involved in the production of television, film, theatrical, musical and of dance.

While a flat rate of 10 euros has been determined for the tests to be carried out in private clinics, it was also noted that the employees would make this payment themselves.


It has been announced that unvaccinated citizens over the age of 12 who wish to travel by plane, train, bus or boat and participate in indoor activities such as cinemas and theaters will be invited to take a Kovid-19 test. performed within the last 48 hours. or a document showing that the person has had Kovid-19 within the past six months.

It was stated that only citizens who received the Kovid-19 vaccine and patients with symptoms can benefit from the opportunity to test for free.

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As the 2021-2022 school year begins today, it has been clarified that the tests that primary and secondary school students are required to take at home twice a week can be obtained free of charge from pharmacies.


With the new regulation, it is among the new applications that it is indicated that customers who will want to be served in closed places such as restaurants, cafes, bars, entertainment centers and sports fans who will be in the stadiums will be asked for a vaccine. certificate or document that they have had Kovid-19 within the past six months.


During the outbreak in Greece, a total of 14,000,169 people died from Kovid-19.

Delta and Mu variants of Kovid-19 have also been found in the country, where the number of daily cases is around two thousand.

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