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The inability to contain the coronavirus in Greece, even though the number of cases and deaths remains low in comparison to many other European countries, has led to the authorities taking more drastic measures and the public becoming increasingly unimpressed by the handling of the pandemic.
The area around the town of Kozani in northern Greece was placed under a local lockdown on Thursday, meaning that people are barred from travelling out of what is now considered a “Category 4” zone and locals have to wear face masks indoors and outdoors.
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