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Slight easing of Covid-19 data as focus turns to retail, budget
There was slight encouragement for the government over the weekend as Greece’s Covid-19 numbers eased a little ahead of the start of efforts to re-open parts of the retail sector in the run-up to Christmas.
The number of new coronavirus cases on Sunday fell to 693, although this comes with the usual caveat that the number of tests results processed over the weekend is lower than during the week. Nevertheless, there was also a dip in the number of intubated...
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