First challenges for tourism plan, as public relaxes approach to virus
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
Roadmap leading out of lockdown pondered by ND as SYRIZA takes aim at media
The Greek government is set to announce by April 27, when many of the current restrictions on movement are set to expire, its plans for starting to lift the lockdown that has been in place since March 23.
Government spokesman Stelios Petsas provided the latest update in a TV interview on Tuesday, when he was questioned about whether authorities will ban cars from roads on the upcoming Easter weekend. Petsas did not clarify whether a complete ban on movem...
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