Coronavirus: Greece to End Outdoor Mask Mandate
Starting on Saturday, the use of face masks will no longer be required in outdoor spaces in Greece. Previously, according to coronavirus restrictions, Greeks were required to wear masks outdoors, even in areas without crowds. The outdoor mask mandate ended after...
Greece Relaxes Coronavirus Restrictions as Deaths Surpass 25,000
Greece will ease its coronavirus restrictions starting Saturday, February 19, as the number of deaths in those who had died with the virus in the country surpassed 25,000 on Wednesday. Patrons of bars, restaurants, and cafes can now stand up...
Violent Riots Rage in Holland Over Covid-19 Restrictions
Riots in Holland raged for three nights due to the general public chafing under Covid-19 restrictions as Dutch caretaker Prime Minister Mark Rutte on Monday condemned rioters, calling them “idiots,” and promising that they would be brought to justice. There were...
Covid-19 Cases Remain Elevated in Greece on Friday
Greece’s daily cases of Covid-19 remained elevated on Friday, as 1,997 total cases were recorded across the country.
Europe’s Different Approaches to Opening Up – How Greece Compares
Most countries in Europe have begun the process of opening up their economies following strict coronavirus lockdowns on different timelines.