High Covid-19 death rate leads to lockdown extension but fails to dampen vaccine scepticism

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Coronavirus, Health, New Democracy, SYRIZA
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The Greek government has extended the national lockdown until December 7 as the number of deaths and ICU cases linked to Covid-19 show no sign of abating.

Meanwhile, officials continue to build hope about the arrival of a vaccine against the virus, although the latest opinion polls suggest that a sizeable chunk of Greek society, particularly young people, are reluctant to get the jab.

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