Road checks: 217 vehicles returned in the last 24 hours

Over the past 24 hours, 13,633 vehicles have passed through the Elefsina pass and 17,567 vehicles have passed through Afidnes.

“Citizens should be aware that in connection with the onset of Easter, intensified inspections are being carried out around the clock at points of exit from the city, which will continue throughout Holy Week. All documents submitted to the police by citizens will be carefully checked, “- emphasize the sources of ΕΛ.ΑΣ. Controls on highways, bypass roads and in ports are very strict. All those who do not have the necessary documents will not be able to proceed to another area.

According to the police, over the past 24 hours (from 6:00 am on Holy Tuesday, April 27 to the same time on Holy Wednesday, April 28), 13,633 vehicles have passed through toll points (diodes) in Elefsina, and 12,423 vehicles have entered. At the same time, 2 violations were confirmed, the drivers of 170 cars were deployed in the opposite direction.

As for the national road Athens-Lamia and especially the point in Afidnes, in the last 24 hours, 17,567 vehicles left and 16,651 vehicles entered. 2 violations were confirmed, 47 cars were returned to the city.

The authorities remind once again that movement with a justification “due to a state of health” is allowed only in the public health structure, which must be certified by a document of the structure itself.

Also, movement is allowed only for a one-time trip to the place of permanent residence, to a funeral, to visit by divorced parents (not living together) children. Moreover, in all cases, citizens must present the necessary documents.

It has been clarified that the use of a travel certificate used for business purposes and E1 for a one-time departure to a permanent place of residence is not allowed.

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