Vaccination weak spots still a concern as govt aims for better summer

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Coronavirus, New Democracy, Tourism
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Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has assured an international audience that the Covid-19 situation in Greece will be much better over the coming months even though there has not been a significant reduction in pressure on public hospitals and some weaknesses in the vaccination process remain.

Speaking during an online conference organised by the Financial Times on Wednesday, Mitsotakis said that a growing level of immunity, greater testing and more activity moving outdoors would bring the number of coronavirus cases down.

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