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A ramping up of Covid-19 vaccines and self-tests will help Greece emerge quickly from the grips of the pandemic, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis argued on Friday as the virus continues to pound the country’s health system.
Speaking in Parliament on Friday, the New Democracy leader said that home testing would help ease the current restrictions, especially for schoolchildren, and that by administering another 1.5 million vaccines in April (on top of 1.6 mln already execute...
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