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Coronavirus Cases Surge in Greece with 2,353 on Tuesday

The number of coronavirus cases surged today in Greece, as a total of 2,353 cases of the virus were diagnosed across the country on Tuesday alone -- the highest number of daily cases recorded in Greece in 2021. The figure...

PM Mitsotakis to Strengthen National Health System in Covid-19 Fight

PM Mitsotakis decided that the Committee of Experts will be convened tomorrow morning to evaluate the Covid-19 epidemiological data throughout the country.

Covid-19: Hospitals on Alert in Greece as Intubations Reach 406 Monday

Health officials in Greece are concerned about the nation's hospitals after the number of intubated patients with Covid-19 reached 406 Monday.

Coronavirus Lockdown in Greece to Gradually Ease, PM Signals

The lockdown in Greece, imposed to stem the spread of the coronavirus, will gradually ease in two weeks, Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis signaled on Monday.

EU-Wide Vaccine Passport Plan to be Unveiled in March

An EU-wide vaccine passport plan will be unveiled in March, the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced on Monday.

Greece Records 36 New Coronavirus Deaths as Lockdown Remains in Place

Greece recorded a total of 1,269 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Sunday and 36 new deaths, according to the nation's authorities.

Coronavirus: Greece Surpasses 850,000 Vaccinations, 1,630 Cases

Greece has now surpassed 850,000 Coronavirus vaccinations, while another 50 vaccination centers will be added to the current 750.

First Coronavirus Case in Greece Announced Exactly One Year Ago

It was on this day, February 26, one year ago that the first case of coronavirus was confirmed and officially announced in Greece.

Coronavirus Vaccine Certificate “By Summer” EU Leaders Decide

Thursday's coronavirus summit resulted in a surprisingly swift decision to issue vaccine certificates to ease travel by the Summer of 2021.

Coronavirus: Lockdown Extended in Attica; 1,790 Cases Friday

The number of coronavirus patients undergoing intubation, an intensive treatment used to facilitate breathing, remains high in Greece.