Seven air-conditioned spaces open for "salvation" from the heat in Athens

The Municipality of Athens, along with other city halls, will open 7 air-conditioned public spaces in different parts of the capital in response to the warning of impending hot days.

The seven so-called “friendship clubs” will be open from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm, starting Wednesday and at least until Friday, when meteorologists expect temperatures to drop. They are located at the following addresses:

  • Λέσχη Φιλίας Κουκακίου, Δράκου 26-28, τηλέφωνο επικοινωνίας 210 9232044.
  • Λέσχη Φιλίας “Η Ανάληψη του Κυρίου” Νέου Κόσμου, Χελντράιχ 15, τηλέφωνο επικοί240ω3
  • Λέσχη Φιλίας Βοτανικού, Κοζάνης 4, τηλέφωνο επικοινωνίας 210 3423716.
  • 210 514087
  • Λέσχη Φιλίας Αγίου Ελευθερίου, Αχαρνών 372, τηλέφωνο επικοινωνίας 210 2012334.
  • 210 8815877.
  • 210 6459890.

All the hygiene and safety rules for Covid-19 will be strictly observed in the premises, with the mandatory use of a mask throughout the stay, while there will be natural ventilation and an antiseptic solution.

In addition, the street teams of the Reception and Solidarity Center of the Municipality of Athens (KYADA) will continue to instruct the urban homeless on their protection and will offer cool water, essentials and first aid, as well as inform them about the operation of air-conditioned rooms.

It is noted that in order to receive better service, interested persons should first contact either the Friendship Club of their choice, or the 1595 citizen service telephone line, or the call center 210 5277000.

Finally, the municipal clinics of the municipality of Athens have launched a “Helpline” which provides information to support the residents of the city (210 3638049, from 08:30 to 19:30).

The National Meteorological Observatory’s weather service on Monday warned of rising temperatures in many parts of the country since Thursday, as airflow from Africa that hit western and northern Europe last week veered towards Greece.

Civil protection authorities advise residents and visitors to avoid unnecessary walks, especially during the hottest midday hours. Extra care should be taken when it comes to children and the elderly.

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