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The government is expected to announce in the coming days its plans for relaxing the lockdown rules after seeming to have navigated through the Easter weekend in Greece without any notable signs of civil disobedience.
The authorities are aware that patience with the lockdown is wearing thin and were concerned that Greek Orthodox Easter might lead to a spike in the number of Greeks flouting the restrictions on movements and gatherings. However, this does not seem to h...
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