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Although much of the country is gripped by a cold snap, the Greek government is hoping that this week will mark the start of a marked increase in the vaccination rate, allowing the lockdown measures currently in place to be eased ahead of Greek Orthodox Easter on May 2.
Two so-called “mega” vaccination centres were due to open in Athens and Thessaloniki on Monday. The Athens centre will be able to perform up to 2,400 vaccinations a day, while the one in Thessaloniki will be able to deliver 1,000 vaccines a day. The aut...
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