Self-tests of minors in mixed institutions in Greece from Saturday 6 November.

Greek Health Minister Thanos Pleuris said on Thursday that unvaccinated minors will have to show negative Self-tests for Covid-19 in order to attend establishments with mixed – vaccinated and unvaccinated – clients, as the new measures take effect on Saturday, November 6.

In an interview with the ANT1 TV channel, Pleuris said that self-testing would be required for minors under 18 years of age.

Greece offers vaccinations to children 12-17 years old in a couple of weeks, but their response is clearly not satisfactory.

In accordance with new restrictions for unvaccinated adults A negative RAPID or PCR test will be required for entertainment, venues, restaurants, banks, community services, hair and nail salons, and purchases other than supermarkets and pharmacies.

The new restrictions are aimed at stopping the spread of the coronavirus in the country since last Saturday daily infections beat one record after another

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