Covid-19: The Whole of Greece Turns Red
Vaccines for Teens 12 and Over Now Available in Greece
Greek health authorities announced that Covid-19 vaccines for teens 12 and over is now available, with appointments available online.
Delta Variant Could Comprise 90% of Infections Says EU Body
The Delta coronavirus variant, previously known as the Indian variant, could soon be responsible for as much as 90% of Europe's infections.
Can Your Employer Fire You If You Refuse the Coronavirus Vaccine?
Is it really legal for employers anywhere in the world to fire you if you refuse the coronavirus vaccine? In some places, it is.
Slight Decrease in Coronavirus Cases: Intubation Numbers “Stable”
Greece recorded 2,691 new cases of the coronavirus on Friday — a decrease from the 3,421 cases announced on Thursday, which was 1,328 more than the number of cases that had been diagnosed just the day prior. Friday's case numbers...
Uptick in Coronavirus Cases in Greece; 1,604 in Attica Alone
Greece recorded 3,421 new cases of the coronavirus on Wednesday — an increase of 1,328 cases since yesterday, Wednesday.
Greece Ramps Up Coronavirus Testing As Cases Decline
Greece recorded 2,435 new cases of the coronavirus on Wednesday, 878 fewer cases than those recorded on Tuesday.
Covid-19 Figures in Greece Appear to Stabilize on Thursday
Greece's epidemiological situation seems to be on the path toward stabilization, as the country recorded 2,759 new cases of Covid-19 on Thursday.
Greece is “Green” on Covid-19 Map for Testing, Positivity Rates
Greece appears to be performing well in terms of testing and positivity rates compared to the rest of Europe, according to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control's (ECDC) weekly Covid-19 map. As shown in the maps, which are...
Greece Remains Only “Green” Country On EU Coronavirus Map
Greece remains the only "green" country on the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control's (ECDC) coronavirus map showing each European country's Covid-19 status. The ECDC releases a series of maps each Thursday that indicate the epidemiological circumstances across Europe,...
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