Suspension of work of 21 companies due to non-compliance with measures to combat coronavirus

The operation of 21 companies in Greece was suspended, as a number of measures to combat the spread of coronavirus were violated.

The National Transparency Authority (Εθνική Αρχή Διαφάνειας), in cooperation with the police authorities and the Deputy Minister of Civil Protection and Crisis Management, has launched a program aimed at conducting regular inspections to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Audit inspectors and police officers carried out spot checks on compliance with public health measures.

The General Secretariat for Trade and Consumer Protection of the Ministry of Development and Investment has published the names of companies that have been subject to an administrative penalty in the form of suspension of work for violating measures against the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19.

The inspections were carried out between February 14 and 20 by the following competent authorities: the Greek Police, the National Transparency Authority and the Inter-Ministerial Group for Market Control (DIMEA), the publication reports.

A detailed list with the names and addresses of companies is contained in the announcement posted on the website of the Ministry of Development and Investment (υπουργείου Ανάπτυξης και Επενδύσεων).

As a reminder, a program is being implemented throughout Greece to monitor the implementation of measures for the operation of businesses in the era of the coronavirus and compliance with the regulations to protect public health.

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