Pandemic raises economic pressure as govt hopes for imminent relief

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Coronavirus, New Democracy, SYRIZA
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The spread of Covid-19 in Greece, and the problems this is causing for the health system, shows no sign of abating, triggering growing concern about the financial cost of the crisis and the government’s ability to keep providing businesses with economic relief.

Although on Thursday there was a decline in new cases, which dropped to 2,219 from 2,702 on Wednesday, public hospitals remain under immense pressure as the number of intubated patients has risen to 449 – up 18 on the previous day, but 106 higher than a...

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