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PM hopes for return to normality by summer, but vaccine progress remains slow
Against the odds, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has expressed his optimism that an acceleration in Covid-19 vaccinations could make a return to normality possible in time for summer.
Pressed to give his prediction on when life would return to normal during a panel session at this year’s virtual Davos meeting, Mitsotakis said “one can envision a return to normal by late spring, early summer.”
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