Vaccination politics intensify as Greece races to plug immunity gap

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Covid, KINAL, New Democracy, SYRIZA

The Mitsotakis government’s “carrot and stick” approach to boosting Covid-19 vaccination rates is becoming increasingly politicised, while vocal opponents of the latest round of measures have taken to the streets.

Wednesday saw the first mass anti-vax rallies in Greece, with police estimating that 4,000 marchers gathered in central Athens, and others putting the estimate at more than 5,000. The protesters, many carrying Greek flags, while others brandished crosse...

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