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Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has announced the gradual relaxation of the lockdown that has been in place in Greece since March, highlighting that after suppressing Covid-19 the country’s next challenge is to ensure that the virus does not resurface in large numbers as restrictions are lifted.
In a televised address, the sixth since the coronavirus outbreak, Mitsotakis set out of the parameters of the new rules that will be in place from May 4, explaining to Greeks the need for caution. This was summed up in the tweaking of the official sloga...
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