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Greece Rules Out New Lockdown Despite Pressure on Covid ICUs

Greece insisted on Thursday there will be no new lockdown in the country, despite the rising Covid-19 cases and the pressure on the intensive care units (ICUs) throughout the country. “There is neither going to be a lockdown nor will the ESY...

Greek Hospital Reveals Shocking 100% ICU Death Rate

A Greek hospital's ICU mortality rate is almost 100% according to a report released by hospital workers union POEDIN on Thursday. 

Coronavirus: Number of Intubated Patients Dips in Greece

For the first time after 12 days, the intubated patients due to coronavirus in Greece fell below 800, according to data announced on Saturday

Covid-19: New Rise in ICU Patients as Greece Mobilizes Private Doctors

Greece confirmed a new rise in Covid-19 patients who are hospitalized in ICU at the country's hospitals, with their number jumping to 681.

Coronavirus: 37-Day-Old Baby Boy the Youngest Victim in Greece

A 37-day-old baby boy died from the coronavirus at an Athens hospital on Monday, becoming the youngest victim of the virus in the country.

Greek Nurse Sets Up ICU at Home to Care for Covid-Infected Family

Greek nurse Gabriel Tachtatzoglou has set up an ICU at home to care for members of his family who are infected with the coronavirus.

Greek Epidemiologist Tsiodras Warns Virus Spreading "At Very High Speed"

During a joint address to the Greek nation at noon on Thursday, alongside Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis, the country's most eminent epidemiologist warned that the sharp uptick in the rates of transmission seen in the last few days shows...

Greece Announces New Online Coronavirus Measures Platform, Pledges More ICU Beds

Greek government spokesman Stelios Petsas spoke to reporters on Wednesday regarding the current coronavirus situation in the country, with cautionary words about the direction in which it is going concerning the pandemic. He stated that "we have been taking measures...

Tide Turning in Greece as Coronavirus Patients Cheered On Leaving ICUs

There were emotional scenes in the Thriasio Hospital of Athens and the Venizeleio Hospital of Crete on Monday as staff cheered two patients out of the intensive care units (ICUs). "Faces smile under the masks," physician Ioannis Koutsodimitropoulos wrote on...

Greek Health Center: Deaths from Flu Rise to 5

Another three people died in Greece last weekend from complications caused by the influenza A (H1N1) virus raising the number of fatalities to 5, while 35 remain hospitalized in intensive care units, the country’s center for disease control and...