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The government is hoping that the arrival of a batch of Covid-19 vaccines in the coming days will mark the beginning of the end for its coronavirus saga, which has drained New Democracy’s governing capacity but also eroded some of the electorate’s trust in the ruling conservatives.
Greece is expected to receive a first delivery of 300,000 vaccines on December 26. There has been speculation that Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is due to mark the start of the vaccination process by getting the jab on December 28 along with his wi...
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