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The Greek government, representatives of the tourism industry and state health authorities are accelerating their planning with a view to rescuing what is left of the summer tourist season from the Covid-19 pandemic.
With tourism accounting for a substantial part of the economy and employment, the government is under pressure to come up with a support plan that will allow businesses to operate even to a limited extent.
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