Panel of experts recommends extending measures for another week

A meeting of experts is currently underway to assess the epidemiological situation in the country. Scientists recommend the government to extend the existing measures for another week.

An official confirmation from the Greek Ministry of Health is expected in the coming hours.

Until 06:00 on January 24, the previously announced measures published in the Official Gazette are in effect. If extended, they will be valid until 06:00 on 31 January. In accordance with them, access to banks, shops and public services is defined only after presenting one of three documents at the entrance:

vaccination certificates (art. 9, para. 2); certificate of illness (Article 9, paragraph 3); confirmation of a negative diagnostic test for coronavirus COVID-19, PCR or rapid test (Article 9, paragraph 3).

Children from 4 to 17 years of age can provide a certificate of negative self-diagnosis (section 9, paragraphs 3 and 4).

The exception is urgent cases, for example, contacting the police stations, which cannot be postponed.

In supermarkets, the use of a high protection mask (FFP2 or N95) or a double mask (surgical and cloth) is mandatory.

The operation of enterprises providing catering services, including shops and shopping centers, is possible only for fully vaccinated or recovered in the last quarter, in accordance with Article 9 2 and 3, only for sedentary persons, in compliance with all established measures, conditions for preventing crowding and distances between tables, hygiene rules, which form an integral part of this agreement, and subject to the following conditions:

work from 05:00 to 00:00; music ban; up to six (6) people per table; disinfection of tables when changing customers.

It is mandatory to wear a mask in stores – by staff and customers when entering, exiting and moving around the premises. Personnel wear only a high protection mask (FFP2 or N95) or alternatively a double mask – surgical and cloth. Buyers enter after the mandatory demonstration at the entrance of a certificate of vaccination or a certificate of illness.


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