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Vaccines provide govt with hope of pandemic exit as labour reform battle gathers pace
Greece was expected to hit 3 million vaccinations in total on Wednesday as the government prepared to announce the scrapping on restrictions to movement after Orthodox Easter this weekend.
Earlier in April, it had appeared that the government’s target of delivering 1.5 million vaccines this month alone might be out of reach. But after administering about 1.6 million jabs up to the end of March, it now appears that Greek authorities are on...
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