Govt prepares new round of economic relief as Covid remains a threat

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Coronavirus, New Democracy, Tourism
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The government is trying to send reassuring messages about its ability to provide sufficient economic support to make up for the longer than expected impact of Covid-19, even though the virus’s persistence has thrown off New Democracy’s initial planning for 2021.

The government had hoped that the retail sector would open from today, but that decision was put off on Friday due to the high number of Covid-19 cases and continuing pressure on public hospitals. The number of intubated patients rose to 735 on Sunday, ...

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