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    Τρίτη, 28-Ιουλ-2020 15:04

    Greek government extends mandatory face-mask use to more venues

    Greek government extends mandatory face-mask use to more venues
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    The government is extending the number of venues where the use of face masks is mandatory, starting on Wednesday, in response to the latest figures on the spread of Covid-19, Deputy Civil Protection and Crisis Management Minister Nikos Hardalias announced in a press conference on Tuesday.

    In addition to supermarkets, public transport, taxis, malls, restaurants, cafes and bars, where face masks were already obligatory, from Wednesday customers will also be required to wear a face mask when entering small shops providing goods and services of all kinds, public utility companies, banks, doctors' surgeries, municipality buildings, food retailers (bakeries, butchers, greengrocers etc), hair salons and beauty parlours.

    Hardalias emphasised the importance of strictly adhering to hygiene rules and avoiding large gatherings and crowds. He reported that there had been 171,138 tests carried out in total at the gateways into the country between July 1-26 and that the active Covid-19 cases at this time numbered 429.

     

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