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The government is under intense pressure over its handling of the Covid-19 crisis after media reports over the weekend suggested that there had been serious faults in the way the National Health Organisation (EODY) handled data, based on which experts were advising ministers what measures to take.
Reports in two government-friendly newspapers, To Vima and Dimokratia, published claims that EODY has been providing incomplete data, and even that a dual system for recording Covid-19 cases has been used. The reports claim that this has led to friction...
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