Surge linked to Delta variant causes jitters about tourism, return to school

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Covid, Education, New Democracy
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The continuing surge in Covid-19 infections and the increasing prevalence of the Delta variant is heightening concern about the latest wave of the pandemic to hit Greece, and its potential impact both on the tourist season and the return to schools and universities in autumn.

Greece reported 1,834 cases of Covid-19 on Monday with the positivity rate at 4.7 pct, with the Delta variant becoming increasingly prevalent, accounting for eight out of ten sequenced samples on Crete and one out of four in Athens. The authorities are ...

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