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In a televised address at the start of Holy Week, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis warned the Greek people that “the pandemic is subsiding, but the war is not won yet”, and called for the continued observance of social distancing measures in the run-up to the most celebrated festival in the religious calendar.
The prime minister was also able to strike a positive note about the future, boosted by a strong showing in the polls for New Democracy and its handling of the pandemic.
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