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How Ancient Greeks, Romans Controlled the Spread of Disease

Ancient Greeks and Romans got a surprising number of things right about how disease spreads and the importance of airflow for public health.

Omicron: 10-15 Days Needed to Draw Conclusions, Greek Expert Says

It is early to draw safe conclusions on the omicron variant; we have to wait another 10 to 15 days before that, Greek expert Elias Mosialos said

All We Do — and Do Not — Know about Covid-19 Pandemic

Nearly two years into the Covid-19 pandemic, many are wondering when the restrictions will end and life will return to "normal" once again. By Dr. Vasileios Margaritis We are all tired of the pandemic and the COVID-19 restrictions. We desperately want...

There’s a Complex History of Skin Lighteners in Africa and Beyond

An estimated four out of 10 women in Africa use skin lightening products, a risky process that dates back to ancient times.

Greece Records 52 New Coronavirus Deaths, 780 Intubations

Greece announced another 1,718 new coronavirus infections on Sunday, while 780 patients remained intubated due to the pandemic.

Pandemic: Greece Records 2,801 New Cases, 781 Intubations

Greece announced another 2,801 new COVID-19 infections on Saturday, while 781 patients remained intubated due to the pandemic.

COVID-19 Pandemic: Greece Records Another 78 Fatalities on Sunday

Greece announced another 1,955 COVID-19 infections on Sunday, with a total of 749 patients now being intubated across the nation's hospitals.

Coronavirus: Greece Records More Than 3,000 New Cases Again

Greece announced another 3,232 COVID-19 infections on Saturday, while 755 patients remained intubated.

Greece Classed Among Countries With Lowest COVID Positivity Rates in EU

Greece is now marked as ''green'' in the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) maps for the coronavirus. This is because the test positivity rate of the COVID-19 fell below four percent and the notification rate is lower...

EU Raises Coronavirus Risk to High, Greece Sends E-Mail Blast to All Citizens

Ursula von der Leyen, the President of the European Commission, said that the risk of a European COVID19 Coronavirus outbreak has risen from moderate to high on Monday morning, as Portugal was the latest EU member state to report incidents...