Return to school marked by protests over education bill
EU funds seen as cushioning Covid-19 impact, giving govt fiscal space
Refugee housing deadline puts spotlight back on migration policy
Govt pushes tourism message, digests EU stimulus proposal
Govt and opposition stake out positions on pandemic impact measures
Economic relief eyed as Greece launches fourth round of lockdown easing
Govt mulls tighter controls on movement, seeks to boost health supplies and Covid-19 tests
The Greek government is said to be looking at tightening controls on movement, as recent instances of overcrowding have raised concerns that the existing lockdown measures are too easily flouted.
Meanwhile, public health officials are having to address concerns about the adequacy of hospital supplies, primary care response, and testing for the virus.
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