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29,334 Coronavirus Cases Recorded in Greece Friday

Greece announced that a total of 29,334 new Covid-19 cases had been diagnosed around the country on Friday, while 78 people suffering with the coronavirus had passed away over the past 24 hours. That continues the decrease in cases that...

Greece’s Coronavirus Predictions Show Worsening Epidemiological Picture

Experts warned the public on Friday that predictions of how the coronavirus will develop in Greece over the next month are very worrying. 

Greece Coronavirus Cases Encouragingly Low on Monday

Greece recorded 209 new cases of Covid-19 on Monday, which marks 39 fewer instances of the virus than the 248 cases recorded on Sunday.

New Coronavirus Cases in Greece Almost Halved on Sunday

Greece's  new coronavirus cases number 248 on Sunday, which marks 146 fewer instances of the virus than the 394 cases on Saturday.

New Coronavirus Figures Continue to Dwindle in Greece

Greece's coronavirus figures on Saturday number 394 new cases on Saturday, which marks 75 fewer cases than the 469 on Friday.

New Coronavirus Cases in Greece on Steady Downward Trend

Greece recorded 519 new cases of the coronavirus on Thursday, fewer instances than the 549 cases that had been recorded on Wednesday.

Study Shows Vaccines Work Against Indian Variant as Cases Decrease in Greece

The Indian coronavirus variant can be suppressed by current vaccines; Greece records only 877 new coronavirus cases Sunday.

Greece Records Fewer Coronavirus Cases as it Prepares for Vaccine Passports

Greece recorded 1,505 new coronavirus cases on Saturday and more information was released on the upcoming vaccine passports.

Greece’s Coronavirus Infections Drop on Wednesday

The number of new coronavirus infections announced by Greek health authorities fell to 2,489 on Wednesday from 3,197 on Tuesday

Greece Reopens as Coronavirus Cases Remain Steady

On Monday, Greece reopened its restaurants and bars after a long lockdown, as 2,146 new coronavirus cases were announced.