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Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis made his first televised address regarding the coronavirus on Wednesday evening, just hours before the first death from the illness in Greece was confirmed.
In his message, Mitsotakis identified the main goal as being to spread out the number of cases over as long a period as possible, thereby avoiding the kind of outbreak that has overwhelmed public health systems in other countries, particularly northern ...
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