Retail sector re-opens as govt examines further support for businesses

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Coronavirus, New Democracy, Retail
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The retail sector re-opened on Monday in parts of Greece that are not considered high risk for Covid-19 as the government embarks on a gradual relaxation of lockdown restrictions.

The opening of stores, by appointment, was announced on Friday following a debate in Parliament about the government’s record in dealing with the pandemic. The government decided that shops would be allowed to operate, but warned that restrictions would...

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