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Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis inaugurated a new intensive care unit at a public hospital in Athens on Monday as the government steps up its efforts to respond to the coronavirus challenge.
The unit, housing 50 beds for patients needing intensive care, was constructed over the last two months following a donation from the Greek Parliament. The Sotiria Hospital previously had less than 30 intensive care beds in total.
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